By this word is understood, among the civilians, every
of immovable which can be the subject of property, such as lands, houses,
orchards, woods, marshes, ponds, &c., in whatever mode they may have been
acquired, either by descent or purchase. 3 Toull. 472. It is something that
can be inherited. Co. Litt. s. 731.
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition
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