chattel


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chattel

Tangible personal property.

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Boehlert offers an example: On a $30,000 chattel loan, origination costs may be $2,000.
If the find is not on the employer's premises, but instead in a public place, the employee find is incidental because anyone has the same access and opportunity to find the chattel (Byrne v Hoare, [1965] Qd R 135).
Established in 1998, Macquarie Leasing offers products including finance leases, novated lease agreements, chattel mortgage and commercial hire purchases for motor vehicles and other income producing plant and equipment.
Generally, trespass to chattel punishes one who substantially interferes with the use of another's personal property, or chattel.
A wasting chattel, one with an expected useful life of less than 50 years, is exempt from CGT regardless of the proceeds realised.
The Chattel Principle encapsulates such topics as the impact of the slave trade on the moral fabric of United States society, psychological repercussions for slaves, and destruction of the slave family.
Beloved is, in fact, a veritable gothic grammar comprised of nouns and verbs conjugated in ways that both repeat and revise traditional gothic ideas, such as "haunting" and "possession" of the spirit; the enslaved, chattel body; and the "body" of the text.
The 200-page book includes a range of gardens, such as those found at mansions, suburban and country homes and chattel houses, according to a spokesman for the publisher.
Chattel slavery not only fostered physical abuse, degradation, drudgery, sexual exploitation, permanent servitude, and racism: the institution also involved mental agony and cultural oppression for those enslaved.
The Farm Service Agency of the Rural Housing Service has proposed revisions to appraisal regulations governing real estate and chattel appraisals under its Direct Farm Loan Programs.