added, affixed, agglutinated, appendant, appended, aptus, bound, conjoined, connected, fastened, fixed, joined, paired, subjoined, united
adeemed, annexed, appropriated, arrogated, confiscated, disseised, distrained, expropriated, foreclosed, forfeited, garnisheed, impounded, levied, replevied, sequestered, usurped
associated concepts: provisional remedy
addicted, appurtenant, cohesive (sticking), conjoint, inextricable, inseparable, proximate
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
1) In real estate, when equipment, shelving, or furniture is solidly incorporated into a structure, such as bolted to the floor or wired to the ceiling (and not capable of being removed without damage to the structure). If an item is so attached it probably has become a part of the real estate and is called a fixture.2) In creditor lawsuits, refers to money or property that is seized by court order, based on evidence that the owner of the money or property may soon depart to avoid payment of the debt.Category: Representing Yourself in CourtCategory: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.
adj.1) referring to two buildings which are connected, or equipment which is solidly incorporated into a structure such as bolted to the floor or wired to the ceiling (and not capable of being removed without damage to the structure). If an item is so attached it probably has become a part of the real property, except for "trade fixtures," which can be detached.2) referring to money or an object which is taken by court order based on a sworn claim by a plaintiff (person suing) that the owner-defendant being sued may soon depart to avoid payment of the debt.See also: attachment, fixture, trade fixture
Law dictionary. EdwART. 2013.