There's, Theirs, or Their's?

Theirs is a possessive pronoun.

There's is a contraction for there is or, rarely, there has. Note the apostrophe replacing the missing letter or letters.

Their's does not exist.

Examples: That painting is theirs.
(possessive pronoun)

There's more to this than meets the eye.
(contraction of there is)

See also Possessive Pronouns, Verb Contractions, and There, Their, or They're.

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