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A part of the Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group, Chattels & More said it will be presenting a selection of handpicked, limited edition pieces from leading European brands with latest additions from Devina Nais - the Icon Collection.
It was common ground that when a tenant replaces or removes part of a building in compliance with its repairing covenant, these parts revert to the status of chattels.
They one chattels, scorned They describe themselves as modern, liberated, almost one of the boys.
21) Here, I conduct a more exhaustive survey of the legal records of suicide: this includes Eyre court records, but also Coroners' rolls and Crown responses to petitions for the return of suicides' goods and chattels.
We will let you know what the court decided, but first we set out some personal property law principles that relate to retaining and losing possession of chattels.
A similar provision can be found in Article 181 of the PRC Property Law which provides that an enterprise, individual industrial and commercial household or agricultural production operator may mortgage the manufacturing facilities, raw materials, half-finished products and products it owns now or in the future, and the mortgagee shall be entitled to enforce the mortgage and seek preferred payments from the chattels that exist at the time of the enforcement.
My system derives from the signals chattels convey to us--signals that have everything to do with context and little or nothing to do with value.
According to Mark, if one payment is to be made for the property and another for contents, HMRC creates a distinction between chattels - for which a separate payment can be made - and fixtures, items attached to the land.
uk STACK your goods and chattels in this set of three flower storage boxes, pounds 19.
The doctrine supposedly empowers owners of chattels freely and unilaterally to abandon them by manifesting the clear intent to do so, typically by renouncing possession of the object in a way that communicates the intent to forgo any future claim to it.
5) funds and chattels required for the personal business of one of the spouses other than the funds and chattels used in the business conducted jointly by both spouses;
By the law of the slave states, black slaves were considered both as human persons and as chattels.
The doctrine of "trespass to chattels," for example, is an antiquated term that once was buried in the dusty pages of old law dictionaries.
These innocent creatures are not goods and chattels but sentients possessing feelings and as such should be treated with the utmost respect.