The land described herein shall not be deemed to include any house trailer or mobile home standing on said premises.

  • Look up the definitions of "house trailer" and "mobile home". – Hot Licks Jun 11 '15 at 22:34
  • When the land is sold, there may be a house trailer or mobile home on it. If so, that trailer/home is not part of the transaction. (Presumably it will be moved, or the owner of it will begin paying lot rent to the new landowner.) – Hot Licks Jun 12 '15 at 0:21

The land -> a piece of land described herein -> described in this document shall not be deemed to include -> shall not be seen as land + something else"

That "something else" is "any house, trailer or mobile home"

standing on said premises. -> that is standing on that piece of land.

In a simple way:

When we talk about "the land" in this document, we mean just the land, not any house, trailer or mobile home that is on that land.

or very short:

We are talking about the land without any of the mentioned things on it.

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  • I wouldn't go as far as "without anything" after it has excluded mobile homes and trailers. If I was buying such deeds, and the land had a fixed structure on it, I'd want clarification beyond that sentence as to whether the fixed structure came with the land or not. – Jon Hanna Jun 12 '15 at 2:31
  • @JonHanna You're right, there are other things that may be on the land and included in the deal. – oerkelens Jun 12 '15 at 6:04

It means the land being described shouldn't be considered or assumed to contain a house trailer or a mobile home within its boundaries.

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  • Even if it does. – Hot Licks Jun 12 '15 at 0:18

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