Personal-property



noun, Law.
1.
an estate or property consisting of movable articles both corporeal, as furniture or jewelry, or incorporeal, as stocks or bonds (distinguished from ).
noun
1.
(law) movable property, such as furniture or money Also called personalty Compare real property

Furniture, automobiles, boats, and other possessions that are not included in the category of real property.

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