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Synonyms for movable

portable

Synonyms for movable

capable of moving or being moved from place to place

a piece of equipment for comfort or convenience

Synonyms for movable

(of personal property as opposed to real estate) can be moved from place to place (especially carried by hand)

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capable of being moved or conveyed from one place to another

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The Movables Security Law allowed for the first time non-possessory charges over movable property to exist and introduced collateral registries for movable assets as well as special enforcement of securities.
The Movables Security Law is primarily concerned with non-possessory pledge/charge over movable property.
An interagency working group to develop draft regulations in the area of ​​registration of movable property has been created, according to the Ministry.
This bill has been developed by a working group in order to improve the legal and regulatory framework in the field of collateral relationship involving the registration of pledges of movable property and modernization of the unified state register on pledges of movable property.
Over the years, several accomplished bowhunting friends have attempted to mitigate the problem by switching from multi-pin bow sights to single-pin movable sights.
Many companies have been manufacturing multi-pin movable bow sights for more than a decade.
An essential component of keeping movables in good working condition is a multidisciplinary team of engineers and maintenance personnel knowledgeable in structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering," says Dave Hart, senior area engineer with FHWA's New York Division.
To ensure the safe passage of traffic, both on streets and waterways, the movables must be maintained in prime working condition.
The alternative logic was associated with a shift from wealth in movables to wealth invested in land, fosterin g increased concern for the conservation of assets along a vertical dimension; the eventual domination of contractual law actualized the social logic embodied in this shift.
In contrast to Article 55's treatment of state immovable properties, Article 53 enables an occupying force to appropriate state movables to the extent that those materials may be used for military operations.
For a theoretical basis to accord an apparently movable property with the protections typically associated with an immovable property based on economic principles, see Athanassios Yiannopoulos, "Movables and Immovables in Louisiana and Comparative Law," Louisiana Law Review, vol.
Prequalification are invited for Training Needs Assessment - Movables Based Financing by Financial Institutions in India.
ii) Develop the capacity of the credit industry on movables lending practices.
The Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA) approved the establishment and operation of the movable assets registry to i-Score, according to i-Score chairperson, Mohamed Kafafy.
IFC%s Mongolia Secured Transactions Reform project aims to improve access to finance for micro, small and medium enterprises in Mongolia, by strengthening the country%s financial infrastructure to facilitate lending secured by movable assets.