Mixed property

MIXED PROPERTY. That kind of property which is not altogether real nor personal, but a compound of both. Heir-looms, tomb-stones, monuments in a church, and title deeds to an estate, are of this nature. 1 Ch. Pr. 95; 2 Bl. Com. 428; 3 Barn. Adolph. 174; 4 Bing. R. 106; S. C. 13 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 362.

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Annabel Farbon, who has more than 20 years' experience managing traditional rural estates and mixed property portfolios, will take up the post of agent, Eaton and Halkyn Estates at the end of April.
The regime will also apply to the residential element within mixed property disposals such as landed estates.
"For that, I need to have a mixed property portfolio rather than a single asset class.
The property, which is a mixed property, includes residential, health care facilities and retail.
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In a more formalised sense Scruton is keen to see a reliance on the mixed property regimes emphasised by the late Elinor Ostrom.
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"This uncertainty is exacerbated by the current turmoil in European financial markets." He added: "With a mixed property portfolio, we can see both upsides and downsides and asset management experience will be more important than ever, an expertise which the group is well placed to provide."
The company is building a mixed property portfolio comprising land and industrial, retail, leisure and office units.