emblement


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Emblements

An agricultural crop, such as corn or wheat, that the renter of a piece of real estate grows each year. The renter has the right to maintain the emblements as personal property, even if the lease to the land expires before the crop matures.

emblement

A growing crop. Emblements are personal property and do not automatically pass with the land when a deed is executed.See also fructus industriales.

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