An increase of land caused by the gradual depositing of solid material.
The rights to use the air above the land which may be sold or leased independently of the land itself.
The solid material deposited by a body of water
The sudden change of the course of a stream.
Bundle of rights
Possession, control, enjoyment, and so on.
Tangible personal property
To leave real estate to someone by Will.
The opposite of accretion. Taking away part of the land due to natural occurrences.
An article that was once personal property but attached as to make it real estate.
Anything that can be inherited.
any item of property, either a corporeal hereditament (such as land or a building) or an incorporeal hereditament (such as a rent or a right of way).
Manufactured attachments to land.