goods and chattels

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goods and chattels

Everything that one owns. I can't believe you're moving tomorrow and you still haven't packed all your goods and chattels.
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For banks, they earn from chattel mortgage through car loans.
Each of the 36,000 Transatlantic voyages carried chattel Africans from 15 tribes to 20 tribes sold by 'petty kings in Africa.'
Thats important, because 80 percent of manufactured housing loans are chattel, so mortgages have not been a big part of that market.
This was consistent with the Creative Foundation's proposition that a tenant has implied permission to dispose of parts of land which become chattels of no or de minimis value, but did not mean that the tenant acquired title to a chattel (or part of the land which became a chattel) of substantial value, because this could not be implied into the lease.
Real property loans have a small secondary market through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac; and through Ginnie Mae, which also purchases some chattel loans.
Speaking to German network ZDF, Netanyahu said "Hamas is part of a movement, an Islamist movement that wants to reconstruct an Islamic dominion without human rights, without plurality, women as chattel, no rights for minorities, for gays, you name it.
One is privileged to commit an act which would otherwise be a trespass to the chattel of another or a conversion of it, if it is or is reasonably believed to be reasonable and necessary to protect the person or property of the actor, the other or a third person from serious harm, unless the actor knows that the person for whose benefit he acts is unwilling that he shall do so.
Prior possessors have superior chattel rights to those of the finder unless those rights were acquired illegally, such as by stealing.
a Chattel Mortgage can only be granted over tangible assets such as manufacturing facilities and inventories, but a Commercial Business Mortgage can also be granted over intangible assets such as intellectual property rights which is secured by way of pledge under PRC law;
I propose a system by which actors and courts may evaluate the reasonableness of a person's actions from the moment he or she chooses to acquire a chattel unilaterally.
A product of its time, the law meant married women were property, or chattel of their husbands.
(51) The fact that all land is owned means that the owner of an item of personal property who wishes legally to abandon it must intentionally deposit the item on some piece of owned land with an intention to renounce future claims to the chattel. This owned land will either be her own, or it will belong to someone else.
The entire antebellum debate resolved itself into the question of whether a Negro slave was to be regarded primarily as a human person or as a chattel. Under Southern slave state law he was both.
In an interview to be broadcast on BBC1's Andrew Marr Show today, Mr Bercow said: "My wife isn't my chattel, she's my wife.