abandoned property

Definition of "abandoned property"
  1. Items or possessions intentionally left behind permanently by an owner or tenant without any indication of reclaiming them. These can include belongings left in a vacated house, cars left unattended for a long duration, or unclaimed patent rights. Non-use alone does not classify land rights or easements as abandoned property
How to use "abandoned property" in a sentence
  1. Abandoned property in the form of old furniture was found when the apartment was vacated.
  2. After sitting in the parking lot for months, the car was considered abandoned property.
  3. The inventor didn't claim their patent rights, making the invention an abandoned property.

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