Mixed Property Law and Legal Definition

Mixed property is a property which is a combination of real and personal property. Real property includes land and buildings, and anything affixed to the land. Whereas, personal property are movable properties owned by an individual or business that is not associated with the land. Mixed property possesses certain characteristics and features of real property and also some characteristics of personal property. Therefore, mixed property is that kind of property which is not completely real or personal, but a combination of both. Heirlooms, fixtures, and title deeds to an estate are examples of mixed property.