Definition of real property in English:

real property

noun

Law
  • Fixed property, principally land and buildings.

    Compare with personal property
    • ‘Obviously, this maintains the equitable position of new real property with existing real property.’
    • ‘Requirement one limits Rule 76 procedure to claims for money, real property and personal property.’
    • ‘My father was a solicitor, specialising in real property.’
    • ‘For non-residents proportionate amounts are levied against real property or personal property based in Florida.’
    • ‘The six properties being the subject of this motion, along with other real property and personal property, would be part of the residue devised by the will.’
    grounds, ground, fields, open space, open area
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