together with

And also. The expression is commonly used in descriptions of property in a deed, and when so used it imports a close and inseparable union between the preceding description and that which follows the expression. Mitchell v D'Olier, 68 NJL 375, 53 A 467. The use of such words in designating particular property in a residuary clause of a will, generally distinguishes the designated property from the residue so as to make the legacy or devise of such property specific. Anno: 128 ALR 840.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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