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Equitable conversion


(1) The judicial treatment of real property as personal property, or vice versa, for reasons of fairness. (2) A doctrine of property law under which a buyer of real property becomes the property’s equitable owner upon the signing of the purchase contract, and bears any subsequent risk of loss.

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