Real-property



[ree-uh l, reel] /ˈri əl, ril/

noun, Law.
1.
an estate or property consisting of lands and of all appurtenances to lands, as buildings, crops, or mineral rights (distinguished from ).
noun
1.
immovable property, esp land and buildings, including proprietary rights over land, such as mineral rights Also called real estate Compare personal property

Property held in the form of land or buildings.

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