heirs property
 n.— «Much of his work is with black families who have what is called “heirs property.” The land has been passed down for generations without a will and is owned by dozens of descendants of the original property owners.» —“One man makes a difference in slowing development” in Cainhoy, South Carolina MyrtleBeachOnline.com July 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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