noun Law.
any inheritable estate or interest in property.

1425–75; late Middle English < Medieval Latin hērēditāmentum, derivative of Late Latin hērēditāre. See hereditable, -ment Unabridged
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hereditament (ˌhɛrɪˈdɪtəmənt)
1.  any kind of property capable of being inherited
2.  property that before 1926 passed to an heir if not otherwise disposed of by will

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Example sentences
Whether conveyance of incorporeal hereditament falls within the statute.
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