Personal property such as household and personal goods, furniture, jewellery, antiques and works of art, stamp and coin collections, cars, caravans and boats, electrical equipment, clothes, books and garden equipment.
chattels are personal property. There are two types. Real chattels are buildings and fixtures. Personal chattels are clothes and furniture.
Any property other that freehold land. Chattels are treated as person property, although they are divisible into chattels real and chattels personal.
Strictly moveable goods, but the term is used in a wider sense to denote any kind of personal property, as opposed to real property, included in the sale of real estate, e.g. curtains, light fittings.
Chattels generally refers to furniture (such as a serviced apartment fully furnished) and clothes.
Possessions, which are moveable, e.g. Furniture.
Any property, movable or immovable, except real estate.
ARE MOVEABLE POSSESSIONS, PERSONAL PROPERTY (GENERALLY ITEMS THAT MAY BE REMOVED WITHOUT INJURY TO THE FREEHOLD STATE).
Movable property or possessions. E.g. furniture, electrical appliances. Clearing Cache Click here for more information
A legal term used for personal effects, usually of a house, like furniture, paintings, jewellery and ornaments
personal estate, movable goods; distinguished from real estate, i.e., lands and revenues, the permanent means of livelihood.
Movable possessions, personal property (generally items that may be removed without injury to the freehold estate).
Any property other that the freehold land. Generally meaning personal property such as fixtures like light fittings, curtains etc.
Any moveable personal property. E.g. TV, sofa, cooker etc.
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.)
Fixtures and fittings inside a building.
Movable and removable items, which commonly include the stove, the television aerial, fixed floor coverings e.g. carpet, blinds, curtains, drapes and light fittings and so forth. Such chattels need to be itemised in the Sale and Purchase agreement if they are to remain with the property.
Goods or every species of property movable or immovable which are not real property. Personal property.
Refers to removable items that would not normally be included in the sale of a home, such as portable dishwashers, laundry appliances, or portable microwaves. CLOSING DATE: The date on which the real estate transaction is complete. COUNTER-OFFER: Used in price negotiation. One party may accept an offer, or make a counter-offer of a different price. DEBT SERVICE RATIO: Refers to the percentage of a borrowerâ€™s gross income that can be used to service mortgage payments and realty taxes.
An article of personal or movable property, as distinguished from real property; furniture, automobiles, livestock, farm equipment, boats, etc., are chattels.
This means items, which can be transported such as furniture or other personal possessions.
any tangible property other than freehold land. "A thing which is personal and movable, whether animate or inanimate [without life or spirit]".
Any removable items that are sold with a home, typically carpets, light fittings, curtains, dishwaher etc.
Personal property - buildings and fixtures as well as clothes and furniture
The moveable items included when a property is sold, such as carpets, blinds and light fittings.
personal property, both animate and inanimate (usually livestock)
articles of personal property
Property other than real estate, movable possessions which may be included in a sale, i.e. furniture etc.
Chattels are the everyday tangible moveable items that you own. They include such things as jewellery, furniture, cars, and antiques etc.
Belongings such as furniture, car etc
Property other than freehold. Distinguished into chattels - real (leasehold interests) and chattels - personal (personal movables eg plate, china, cattle)
Usually, chattels are personal effects, which you take with you when you move. Examples are: furniture, art work, etc.
Refers to personal property. There are two types of chattels; real chattels which are buildings and fixtures, personal chattels which are clothing and furniture.
Chattels are personal property, such as clothing, appliances and furniture. Chattels include movable possessions which may be included in the sale (eg. Furniture).
Moveable and removable items of personal property. In real estate transactions, chattels included in the sale usually include the stove, television aerial, carpets, blinds, curtains, drapes and light fittings. However, unless chattels are specified in the agreement, they are not sold as part of the property.
Moveable possessions, such as furniture, personal possessions, etc. A furnace, before it is installed, is a chattel. Once installed, it is not.
The moveable items of personal property which may be part of the property sale such as whitegoods, eg refrigerators and washing machines.
Chattels in a home are items that may be connected by pipes and wires, such as refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers. Also see “Fixtures”.
Tangible personal property items.
Moveable items such as furniture or personal possessions.
Personal property. There are two types. Real chattels are buildings and fixtures. Personal chattels are clothes and furniture. cluster housing group of houses that share common space.
Property other than real estate. Moveable possessions which may be included in a sale, for example. furniture.
Moveable, personal property or furniture.
A term used to describe possessions which are moveable, such as furniture.
Items of personal property, such as furniture and moveable goods.
Any moveable items, ie: kitchen appliances,carpets, etc that may be included in a contract for the sale a property. Hide Definition
movable items such as furniture that may be included in a sale
A term used to describe moveable possessions, such as furniture, consumer durables and fittings (but not fixtures). The word is a corruption of ‘cattle', from the times when livestock formed the bulk of a household's possessions.