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personalty

See personal property.

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reasonable amounts of personalty. (170) Owen also cited the 14th
The probate court's reliance on the term "personalty" was based on an earlier case, McAlpin v.
Although Beard spent a good deal of time tracking interests and distinguishing one set of economic interests ("personalty") from another ("realty"), he spent almost no time supplying arguments in support of his conclusions.
"From December time I realised I had to start stamping my personalty, running with the ball, running into the box, making goals, scoring goals.
Some eminent domain statutes require payments for the expense of relocating fixtures end personalty. The payments are often calculated as the lesser of the property's value or the cost of relocating the property.
"But above all," Beard claimed, the authors of The Federalist appealed to "the owners of personalty [i.e., personal property in the form of trading stock, money-at-interest, land held for speculation, war bonds] anxious to find a foil against the attacks of levelling democracy." The overriding need was to create a government endowed with "certain positive powers, but so constructed as to break the force of majority rule and prevent invasions of the property rights of minorities." The corollary requirement was "restrictions on the state legislatures which had been so vigorous in their attacks on capital."
This was true for the personalty the woman owned prior to marriage, as well as any earnings and personal property she received after marriage.
This Article will focus on the paradigm case of the power to take land; whichever side personalty falls on, it affects the scope of the argument at the periphery, not the strength at the core.
Coventry City fan and media personalty Jon Gaunt wrote: "Terrible news about Sky Blues' legend Nuddy.
Spahl was arrested and charged with arson of a dwelling and burning personalty. She was arraigned in Western Worcester District Court in East Brookfield on Friday and released on $1,000 bail.