real property

[ree-uhl, reel]
noun Law.
an estate or property consisting of lands and of all appurtenances to lands, as buildings, crops, or mineral rights (distinguished from personal property ).

Origin:
1760–70

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real property
 
n
Compare personal property Also called: real estate immovable property, esp land and buildings, including proprietary rights over land, such as mineral rights

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real property definition


Property held in the form of land or buildings.

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Example sentences
It is one thing to have debt for buying objects or real property.
In fact it is quickly replacing real property as a modern nation's primary
  source of value.
In retrospect it all seems so clear, capital surpluses and monetary supply were
  by and large being driven into real property.
Real property can appreciate over time, especially in desirable vacation areas.
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