real estate

[ ree-uh l, reel ]SEE DEFINITION OF real estate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REAL ESTATE

About 1849, he left the hotel business to attend to his real estate interests.

Their other real estate has been sold and appropriated to various uses, as we have shown.

She wished she had bought a site back from the town and created a real estate.

He can do the same with his real estate but can not impair her dower.

If there is excess of this it is distributed like real estate.

The wife can not dispose of real estate without the husband's signature.

The new law permits the real estate to be used if necessary.

A widow is entitled to the life use of one-third of the real estate.

He may do this with his personal property but not with his real estate.

The husband may vote as a taxpayer by right of his wife's real estate.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REAL ESTATE

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nounpiece of property
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