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New York Real Estate Glossary A
(Abandon - Accouple)

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Abandon
Leaving something in a place, without the intention of returning.

Abandonment
The voluntary surrendering of property rights but not transferring title to someone else.

Abode
Home, residence.

Absentee Owner
Landlord who lives elsewhere

Abutment
Supporting structure (column) at the end of a bridge or arch.

Abutment Piece
The bottom plate of a wall.

Abutting
Property adjoining or bordering another property.

Acceptance
An offeree’s consent to enter into a contract and be bound by the terms of the offer.

Access
A means of entering a property or building. Ability to reach something.

Accessory Building
Building which is secondary to the main structure on the same piece of property such as a shed or garage.

Account
Record of financial transactions. Credit extended. Commercial relationship involving credit. A customer. A financial fund.

Accountant
Person who specializes in keeping, inspecting and adjusting financial records.

Accounts Payable
Money owed to someone else.

Accounts Receivable
Money owed to you.

Accouple
To join together.