Definition of real property in English:

real property

Syllabification: real prop·er·ty

noun

Law
Fixed property, principally land and buildings. Used in contrast to personal property.
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  • 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.
  • Requirement one limits Rule 76 procedure to claims for money, real property and personal property.
  • My father was a solicitor, specialising in real property.

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