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noun in·di·vi·sion \ˌin-də-ˈvi-zhən\

Legal Definition of indivision

  1. :  a state of undivided wholeness :  state of being owned by two or more co-owners each having an undivided interest in the property as a whole <an estate held in indivision> <they receive this usufruct in indivisionLouisiana Civil Code> — see also ownership in indivision at ownership

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