constructive annexation

constructive annexation
The assumption of the character of realty by movable things which have been fitted and adapted to realty, such as doors, mantels, casings, columns, etc., although not affixed to the realty. 35 Am J2d Fixt § 11.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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