Adjunction | Propertylogy


By on August 15, 2019

Adjunction refers to the process of annexing land to, or to create, a larger one.

In real estate practice, this term is often used to refer to 2 parcels of land that don’t overlap to become a larger one.

It can also be used in the context of adding things to property which end up becoming part of the property.

Some examples are building materials and common fixtures.

Home buyers need to be careful when buying land as they don’t want to buy a land and realize later that a significant portion of it is not adjunctioned.

Investors might use adjunction to acquire land to create a larger more valuable one.

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