Definition of "quasi-personalty"
  1. Property seemingly personal in nature but legally attached to real property, either as a fixture or through a lease
How to use "quasi-personalty" in a sentence
  1. John's garage, while part of his property, is considered quasi-personalty.
  2. The leased storefront was quasi-personalty within the mall property.
  3. The in-ground swimming pool is a type of quasi-personalty because it is a fixture attached to the house.

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