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chattel

Tangible personal property.

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lot 2 logistic support conducting training on the exercise of control over property and the disposition of chattels - state property for experts and managers from headquarters and the nra.
They one chattels, scorned They describe themselves as modern, liberated, almost one of the boys.
Trespassers cannot claim found chattels, even if the chattel's existence is not known by the land occupier (Corporation of London et al.
Chapters address Danish and international source of law factors, the Danish court system, the law of non-contractual damages, insurance, formation of contract, sale of goods, credit agreements, intellectual property rights, marketing and competition law, basic elements of financing law, money claims, transfer of claims, real property, security rights over chattels, guarantee, business liquidation or restructuring, the legal relationship between employers and employees, and international choice of law and international procedural law.
In law, fixtures form part of the land and premises, whereas chattels are always separate - even if they are "fixed chattels"
5) funds and chattels required for the personal business of one of the spouses other than the funds and chattels used in the business conducted jointly by both spouses;
The doctrine of "trespass to chattels," for example, is an antiquated term that once was buried in the dusty pages of old law dictionaries.
These innocent creatures are not goods and chattels but sentients possessing feelings and as such should be treated with the utmost respect.
It is clear there needs to be a change in the law to protect workers from being treated like chattels - and that's what we're demanding from the government.
A museum spokesman said: "This is also a chance to view the Golcar museum's current exhibition, a fascinating display of Victorian domestic chattels - from crockery to kitchen implements, from wash tubs and donkey stones to grandma's recipe books - all from Aunt Lizzy's cupboards and drawers.
Just think, if her late sister, Princess Margaret, had worked a similar scam - whoops, tribute - her kids would have raised twice as much as the pounds 11 million-plus they raked in when they sold off mummy's goodies and chattels - some of them of course given to her by the loyal plebs, but obviously a small detail such as that won't worry Lord Linley.