Estate in land

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An estate in land is an interest in real property that is or may become possessory.wikipedia
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Fee simple

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In English law, a fee simple or fee simple absolute is an estate in land, a form of freehold ownership.

Real property

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An estate in land is an interest in real property that is or may become possessory. This should be distinguished from an "estate" as used in reference to an area of land, and "estate" as used to refer to property in general. In property law, the rights and interests associated with an estate in land may be conceptually understood as a "bundle of rights" because of the potential for different parties having different interests in the same real property.
The law recognizes different sorts of interests called estates, in real property.

Dower

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In Arkansas, Kentucky, and the Territory of Palmyra Island, a widow's dower remains a valid estate in land—modified and augmented in Arkansas and Kentucky with other protections for surviving spouses like elective share and community property.

Possessory

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An estate in land is an interest in real property that is or may become possessory.

Society

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In the legal systems of almost every country, the ultimate true "owner" of all land is the sovereign, which for a republic is the whole people of a society, which with sovereign, exclusive control over a well-defined tract of land, may be called a "state".

Sovereign state

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In the legal systems of almost every country, the ultimate true "owner" of all land is the sovereign, which for a republic is the whole people of a society, which with sovereign, exclusive control over a well-defined tract of land, may be called a "state".

Eminent domain

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This superior ownership is the basis for taking the land through eminent domain.

Personal property

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However, the claims that define the estate are themselves personal property.

Estate (land)

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This should be distinguished from an "estate" as used in reference to an area of land, and "estate" as used to refer to property in general.

Bundle of rights

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In property law, the rights and interests associated with an estate in land may be conceptually understood as a "bundle of rights" because of the potential for different parties having different interests in the same real property.

Defeasible estate

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Landlord

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Community property

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Courtesy tenure

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