tenements and hereditaments

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  • k-in-sc

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    U.S. English
    Tenements are any structures attached to the land, and hereditaments are any interests in real estate capable of being inherited.


    Senior Member
    I'm looking for something similar, except it's worded as: "tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining."
    In proz, I found the following, but it seems like it doesn't cover everything listed. See below:
    bienes inmuebles y accesorios del mismo que de alguna manera pertenecen.

    Does anyone have any other suggestion for this phrase? Thank you!

    Joe Esquire

    Senior Member
    Spanish Spain- English US
    Appurtenance can be both a structure or a right, such as an easement.
    ”...derechos o estructuras accesorias pertenecientes.” should work. The rest, you have above.


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