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There are 2 types of property: Real property and Personal property. Most of the legal notions and rules associated with both types of property are obtained from English Common Law. Modern law has incorporated many of these ideas and rules into laws, which determine the types and rights of use in real and personal property.
Personal property also associated with the movable property, is anything other than land that can be the case of ownership, money, notes, Patents, and copyrights, as well as intangible property. Real property is land and generally, anything built on, growing on, or attached to it, including buildings and crops. The terms also applied to declare any rights that arise from the ownership of land. The terms real estate and real property usually refer to land. The term land, in its common usage, includes not only the face of the earth but everything of a strong nature over or under it, including minerals, oil, and gases. In modern usage, the word assumptions have come to mean the land itself or the land with all structures associated. Residential buildings and yards are generally referred to as bases. The difference between real property and personal property is ordinarily clearly recognizable. Property that is originally personal in nature displays part of reality by being added to it, such as when rails are built into a fence on land. In certain circumstances, however, the intention or arrangement of the parties determines whether the property that is attached retains its character as personal property. A Landlord and Tenant might accept that the new lighting fixture the tenant details to the ceiling of her dwelling remains the tenant’s property after the termination of the lease. Property may be additionally classified as either private or public. Private property is that which refers to one or more persons. Public property is controlled by a country, state, or political subdivision, such as a Municipal Corporation or a school district.
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- Sale of Property
- Purchase of Property
- Transfers to Related Parties
- Subdivisions and Cross