sale in gross

Definition of "sale in gross"
  1. A claim of a piece of land without a confirmation about the precise measure of the land involved
How to use "sale in gross" in a sentence
  1. The acres were purchased under a sale in gross agreement, meaning there was not a determined size of the tract.
  2. A sale in gross was made for the property, without any assurance about the exact amount of the land.
  3. Despite being a sale in gross with the uncertainty of the actual land size, the investors decided to proceed with the purchase.

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