Definitions for "Intangible Personal Property"
generally refers to property that is a "right" rather than a physical object. Examples include goodwill, trademarks, copyrights and franchises. Compare: tangible personal property; real property; service.
Property that you own but do not physically have. For example, stocks, bonds, bank accounts, copyrights, patents, etc.
Rights over tangible real and personal property, but not rights of use and possession, for example, notes, bonds, stocks, patents, mortgages, copyrights, and insurance policies.