Legal Definition of Real Property
A real property is a land and all the things that are attached to it and anything that is not real property is personal property.2 min read
Land and all the things that are attached to it. Anything that is not real property is personal property and personal property is anything that isn't nailed down, dug into or built onto the land. A house is real property, but a dining room set is not.
That which consists of land, and of all rights and profits arising from and annexed to land, of a permanent, immovable nature. In order to make one's interest in land, real estate, it must be an interest not less than for the party's life, because a term of years, even for a thousand years, perpetually renewable, is a mere personal estate. It is usually comprised under the words lands, tenements, and hereditaments. Real property is corporeal, or incorporeal.