Noun(1) personal as opposed to real property; any tangible movable property (furniture or domestic animals or a car etc
(1) They continued to be treated as chattel , to be bought and sold by fathers, brothers and husbands.(2) Women are regarded paradoxically as personal chattel as well as a source of honour and pride.(3) An additional way in which the matter may have to be tested is against the case where the trust property is a chattel .(4) In the Middle Ages, marriage had often been a contractual, even commercial business, in which the bride was handed over like a chattel from father to husband.(5) There is no talk of compulsory acquisition or compensation: they are being forced to leave their homeland with nothing - no chattels , heirlooms or personal possessions.(6) She said money-lenders seemed to target people who owned chattels , so these could be listed as security items.(7) Distress, of course, is a self-help remedy available to landlords of commercial properties, which enables them to enter the property to seize chattels belonging to a tenant for the purpose of recovering rent in arrears.(8) The mortgage, both over chattels and over real property, as well as a fixed and a floating charge granted by a corporation, fall into this group.(9) Swindon residents who have been burgled could be reunited with their chattels thanks to the Wiltshire Police.(10) It's possible that his six children would be less inclined to wrangle over his chattels if he asked them openly not to, putting them on their best behaviour.(11) All of which basically means that you will not receive any compensation for your lost chattels in advance of these times.(12) George, like many land reformers, considered that land, unlike chattels , had been common property in early society; that existing land titles were effectively rooted in ancient theft.(13) ├ö├ç├┐The message that comes across from rulings such as these is that women are still viewed as chattels ,├ö├ç├û said Griffiths.(14) Such securities are open-ended, as the chattels or assets covered by them continue to change and, basically, are unaffected by the security unless the debtor is in default.(15) In addition, Egyptians would have taken no more account of them than they would have done of any other travellers carrying their goods, chattels , and trading items across the peninsula.(16) I humbly request your attention to this matter so that I can present you as his next of kin and beneficiary to his chattels .
(1) chattel mortgage :: morgais chattel
1. movable ::
Different Formschattel, chattels
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