English version

real property

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Law
real propertyˌreal ˈproperty noun [uncountable]  lawSCL real estate(1)
Examples from the Corpus
real propertyThey differ from real property in two main respects.The Statute of Uses has been repealed; and future legal estates in real property can not now be created.Not all the interests in land known to the law were included in the category of real property.But by the late 1800s the trust emerged again, not just in the field of real property.None of our citizens owned real property, nor were we subject to municipal tax.All property other than real property and chattels real is classed as chattels personal.
From Longman Business Dictionaryreal propertyˌreal ˈproperty [uncountable]LAW land, buildings etcpeople whose wealth consists mainly of real property propertyreal propertyˌreal ˈproperty noun [uncountable]PROPERTY another name for REAL ESTATE
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