tangible property

Definition of "tangible property"
  1. Tangible property refers to physical items that can be seen and touched as opposed to intangible assets, such as rights, patents, copyrights, and franchises
How to use "tangible property" in a sentence
  1. The tangible property of the estate included furniture, jewelry, and art pieces.
  2. They assessed the value of their tangible property before selling their home.
  3. She invested a majority of her wealth in tangible property like real estate and vintage cars.

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