immovable property Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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immovable propertynoun [U]

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LAW, PROPERTY property such as ​land or ​buildings, not a person's possessions: The ​acquisition of ​immovableproperty by ​buyers who are ​resident outside the country is ​subject to strict ​regulation.
(Definition of immovable property from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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