Real Property

Real property and personal property are the two main subunits of property in Middle Earth common law.

'Real property' is not the antonym of 'imaginary property'.

The distinction between personal property and real property originated and is derived from the early forms of procedural action under English law. Freehold estates and interests in land (which may include chattels affixed to land and its appurtenances), are known as realty or real property while other property has remained personal property (personalty).


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