[ tɹansfˈɜːd pɹˈɒpəti], [ tɹansfˈɜːd pɹˈɒpəti], [ t_ɹ_a_n_s_f_ˈɜː_d p_ɹ_ˈɒ_p_ə_t_i]
Related words: property inheritance, property right, property law, tax lien notice, tax sale notice, property deed, property management
Synonyms for Transferred property:
n.• transferred possession
How to use "Transferred property" in context?
If you own property that you no longer live in, you may find it difficult to sell or use the property yourself. The law calls this property "transferred property." You may be able to sell, use, or lease the property as if you still lived in it, as long as the new owner agrees to follow the same rules as if you were still the owner.
If you are thinking of transferring property, be sure to discuss the situation with your attorney. There are a few things you need to know, including the following:
-The property must still be owned by you.
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