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Commonly used to describe the treatment of Russian serfs as property
A slave
Tangible, movable property
any article of personal property
{n} any moveable propery or possession
personal as opposed to real property; any tangible movable property (furniture or domestic animals or a car etc)
A piece of personal property
Tangible personal property (e g , tractors, grain, livestock, vehicles)
A term for personal property
Personal property which is tangible and moveable
– A movable possession; any possession or piece of property other than real estate or a freehold (Property; goods; money; = cattle ) [Article 9, 26, 27]
Another name for personal property
{i} portable possession
It is a more extensive term than goods or effects
An article of personal property
Personal property; not permanently attached to real estate
Personal property which can include animate as well as inanimate properties
Personal property such as furniture, clothing or a car
An item of moveable personal property, such as furniture, domestic animals, etc
Household goods, including personal property such as lamps, desks, and chairs
Anything tangible and owned, other than real estate The same as personal property
Chattels are things that belong to you. They were slaves, to be bought and sold as chattels. a piece of personal property that you can move from one place to another (chatel , from capitalis; CAPITAL)
Any item of movable or immovable property except the freehold, or the things which are parcel of it
Personal property
a slave; property or goods
Another name for personal property clear title A title that is free of liens or legal questions as to ownership of the property
Personal property other than interests in land
Moveable items considered to be personal property and not real property
All personal property items (LE)
Moveable items of property which are neither land nor permanently attached to land or a building, either directly or vicariously through attachment to real property A piano is chattel but an apartment building, a tree or a concrete building foundation are not The opposite of chattel is real property which includes lands or buildings All property which is not real property is said to be chattel "Personal property" or "personalty" are other words sometines used to describe the concept of chattel The word "chattel" came from the feudal era when "cattle" was the most valuable property besides land
Property other than real property; personal property
chattel paper
A document that demonstrates both a monetary obligation and a security interest either in certain goods, or in a lease on certain goods
chattel papers
plural form of chattel paper
chattel mortgage
a loan to buy some personal item; the item (or chattel) is security for the loan
chattel mortgage
A mortgage using movable personal property rather than real estate as security

goods and cattle.

human chattel
Human beings considered property, that is, slaves
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chattels are personal property There are two types: Real chattels are buildings and fixtures Personal chattels are clothes and furniture
One's portable property
plural of chattel
                 Goods in possession such as furniture
Tangible personal property items
Personal property, both animate and inanimate Slaves were considered to be chattels and could be bought, sold, and inherited
Personal property items
Movable possessions, such as furniture, personal possessions, etc A furnace, before it is installed, is a movable possession Once installed, it is not
Property other than real estate Moveable possessions which may be included in a sale, for example furniture
Goods of every species of property movable or immovable which are not real property Personal property
Movable and removable items, commonly including stove, television aerial, fixed floor coverings, blinds, curtains, drapes and light fittings, as well as furniture and personal effects Chattels must be specified in the Agreement otherwise they do not go with the property
Personal property
Chattels are personal property There are two types - the first type are real chattels (buildings and fixtures) and the second type are personal chattels (clothes, furniture etc )
Items of personal property such as furniture
Any property, movable or immovable, except real estate
chattels are personal property There are two types Real chattels are buildings and fixtures Personal chattels are clothes and furniture
personal property, both animate and inanimate
Goods or every species of property movable or immovable which are not real property
Moveable possessions and personal property that may be removed without damage to the property, (eg appliances)
Removable personal items that are not normally included in the sale of the home, but may be added to the purchase price to a make the property more attractive (i e microwave ovens, laundry appliances )
The moveable items included when a property is sold, such as carpets, blinds and light fittings
treat someone like chattel
treat a person like an object, treat someone very callously



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    /ˈʧatəl/ /ˈʧætəl/


    [ 'cha-t&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English chatel Old French chatel Latin capitale (English capital). Compare cattle (“cows”), which is from an Anglo-Norman variant. Compare also capital and kind (“physical goods”), which also use “cow” to mean “property”.

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