partition in kind

Definition of "partition in kind"
  1. A division of property into separate parts that each owner then controls individually
How to use "partition in kind" in a sentence
  1. The inherited family home underwent a partition in kind when the siblings couldn't agree on its use.
  2. After the business partnership dissolved, a partition in kind was required to divide the shared office space.
  3. Due to their ongoing disagreements, the co-owners decided a partition in kind was the best solution for their property.

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