The opposite of immoveable property (qv), et personal chattels, investments etc Ë† Top of page Ë†
Anything other than buildings or land.
the other kind of property in Scots law as opposed to heritable; in general, it is every type of property which isn't land or something connected with land. multiple poinding happens when someone has property which is being claimed by several others, for instance a debtor owing money to several creditors; he can then raise an action of multiple poinding with the aim of having it discerned that he is only liable to make one single payment
All property which is not heritable is regarded as moveable in Scottish land law. This includes animals, furniture, vehicles etc.
Anything other than land, i.e. things which can be moved.
Anything other than land (immovable), that is personal property, such as, for example, furniture, books, CD's.