appurtenance

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eklenti
ilave
ilişkili şey/hak
bağlı olan şey veya kimse
(Askeri) MADALYA TEFERRUATI: Bir madalyanın teferruatı veya ilavesi. Örneğin, ok başı rozeti, başarı rozeti, belge, takdirname, başarı alameti, v. b
aksesuar
(Askeri) madalya teferruatı
appurtenances
aksam
appurtenances
müştemilat
appurtenances
irtifak hakkı
appurtenances
(Mimarlık) kullanma hakkı intifa hakkı
piping and appurtenance
boru ve aksamı
reactor vessel and appurtenance
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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
minor property (such as an outhouse) that passes with the main property when it is sold
an appendage added to something else
equipment used for some specific task; gear
the thing to which another pertains
{n} that which belongs or relates to something else, or the principal thing
Improvements, rights and privileges which are not necessarily a part of the actual real property, but which are normally conveyed with the real property, i e , buildings, rights of way, easements
Anything incidental to or belonging to the land and considered a part of the real property
A right or privilege that is a part of the ownership of property, such as a right of way to a highway across the land of another Water rights are also an example
an element of a property, either structural such as an outbuilding or legal such as an easement, that is transferable to any new owner of the property
Anything attached to the land and thus part of the property, such as a garage, or an easement
Anything that becomes your property because it is attached or closely related to your land upon purchase It may be a structure, such as a well, barn or garage; or it might be a right or interest enjoyed by the previous owner, such as an easement (See Easement)
Something belonging to the land and transferred with it, such as buildings, fixtures, rights
Any right or privilege which belongs to and passes with land Anything so annexed to land or used with it that it will pass with the conveyance of the land, such as a barn, garage or easement
Something which is outside the property itself, but belongs to the land and is joined thereto; eg a road over another's land providing an access (right-of-way) is an appurtenance
Anything which is a part of, or annexed to real property, either attached or not, such as a building, or an easement, that it will pass as part of the property upon sale
A right or privilege that is a part of the ownership of property, such as a right of way to a highway across the land of another
An improvement and or privilege that passes with the property e g , the right to cross another’s' land
An accessory connected to a primary property used in conjunction with the primary property; usually permanently affixed (i e a crane on a ship) [ITDS] anything attached to the land and therefore part of the property and subject to being passed to a new owner if the property is sold An appurtenance may be something tangible, such as a barn, garage, driveway or septic system, or abstract, such as an easement [OTS]
Anything used with land for its benefit, either affixed to land or used with it, that will pass with the conveyance of the land
Something belonging to something else, either attached or not, such as a barn to a house, or an easement to land   The appurtenance is part of the property and passes with it upon sale or other transfer
Something annexed to another thing which may be transferred incident to it That which belongs to another thing, as a barn, dwelling, garage, or orchard is incident to the land to which it is attached
A right or entitlement which forms part of the ownership of a property and which passes to a new owner when title passes (i e an easement or right of way over another property)
Anything attached to the land or used with it passing to the new owner
- A right or privilege that is a part of the ownership of property, such as a right of way to a highway across the land of another Water right are also an example
Something that, although detached, stands as part of another thing An attachment or appendage to something else Used often in a real estate context where an "appurtenance" may be, for example, a right-of-way over water, which, although physically detached, is part of the legal rights of the owner of another property
That which belongs to something else and thus passes with the property Examples would include riparian rights, easements, barns and other outbuildings, gardens and orchards
a supplementary component that improves capability
Somethimg which is outside the real propety itself, but belongs to the land and is joined thereto It adds to greater enjoyment of the land A right-of-way is an appurtenance
Something annexed to another thing which may be transferred incident to it That which belongs to another thing as a barn, dwelling, garage, or orchard, is incident to the land to which it is attached
That which belongs to something else; an adjunct; an appendage; an accessory; something annexed to another thing more worthy; in common parlance and legal acceptation, something belonging to another thing as principal, and which passes as incident to it, as a right of way, or other easement to land; a right of common to pasture, an outhouse, barn, garden, or orchard, to a house or messuage
In a strict legal sense, land can never pass as an appurtenance to land
a part of something more important (apartenir; APPERTAIN)
{i} right associated with ownership of property; accessory
appurtenances
plural form of appurtenance
appurtenances
equipment used for a specific task or purpose; gear
appurtenances
{i} gear, equipment of many items required for a specific sport or task, accessory
appurtenances
Things attached to real property or, by their nature, belonging with real property; e g , an easement or a right of way
appurtenances
Those rights, privileges, and improvements that belong to and pass with the transfer of real property but are not necessarily a part of the property, such as rights-of-way, easements, water rights, and property improvements
appurtenances
rights that go along with ownership of a particular piece of property, such as air rights or mineral rights; they are ordinarily transferred with the property, but may, in some cases, be sold separately
appurtenances
plural of appurtenance
appurtenances
equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc
appurtenances
Rights and conditions attached to the holding of land
appurtenances
the rights attached to real property In medieval times, it included grazing rights, payment of fines, a pew in church, etc
appurtenances
Those rights, privileges and improvements that belong to and pass with the transfer of real property but are not necessarily a part of the property, such as right of ways, easements, and property improvements
appurtenance

    Расстановка переносов

    ap·pur·te·nance

    Синонимы

    contenement

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ &-'p&rt-n&n(t)s, - ] (noun.) 14th century. From Anglo-Norman apurtenance, from Old French apartenance (Modern French appartenance), from apertenir (Modern French appartenir), from Latin appertinere, infinitive of appertineō (“I belong, I appertain”). Cognate to appertain.

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