Adjoining Property

Definition of "Adjoining property"

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Kelly Ho-Montoya, Real Estate Agent Paramount Real Estate Services

Property that shares a common border, is contiguous, and touching.

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Zane  Pitt Zane Pitt said:

Would a house on the other side of the road be adjoining property?

Sep 30, 2019  22:56:58

Real Estate Agent

Hi, Zane! Thank you for reaching out to us. A house on the other side of the road is not considered "adjoining property". However, the road, which is usually a public property or a public good, is "adjoining" or really next to the house. You may also want to find the definition of abutting. These two are quite similar.  

Oct 01, 2019  17:32:50
Anette Reyes Anette Reyes said:

does an adjoining property has separate title or one title only? Thanks

Mar 28, 2019  02:48:33

Real Estate Agent

An adjoining property belongs to someone (individual, LLC, local government) so it has a separate title. If your house or land is bordering two or more properties, then each property will be registered on a different deed

Apr 02, 2019  05:49:56


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