Property in the form of land as opposed to personal possessions; real estate.(noun)
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Use "real property" in a sentence
"This conveyancer's jargon could not have been picked up by hanging round the courts of law in London two hundred and fifty years ago, when suits as to the title of real property were comparatively rare."
" Failure to take the oath would result in expulsion from the city, with all of their real property escheating to the city, although they could take their chattel property with them."
"A Bill to enable the Charleston Savings 'Institution to purchase and hold real property ... .."