Definition of "appurtenance"
  1. An accessory feature or attribute tied to a primary property, such as a fixture or right-of-way, which is also transferred when the primary property is sold or transferred
How to use "appurtenance" in a sentence
  1. The garage, being an appurtenance to the house, was also included in the sale of the property.
  2. The right-of-way that allows access to the landlocked property is an appurtenance that passes to the new owner when the land is sold.
  3. A shed in a backyard of a house can be considered an appurtenance, and it usually transfers to the new owner when the house is sold.

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