immovable property

Definition of "immovable property"
  1. A type of property, such as land or buildings, that cannot be moved
How to use "immovable property" in a sentence
  1. The inheritance included some immovable property, specifically a house and the lot it sat on.
  2. The bank held security interest in George's immovable property until his loan was repaid in full.
  3. The local government implemented a tax on all immovable property within city limits.

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