movable freehold


movable freehold
A term applied facetiously to land likely to be gained or lost to the owner by the recession or encroachment of the sea or by change in the course of a stream. Holman v Hodges, 112 Iowa 714, 84 NW 950.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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