Canadian Property Law/Personal Property

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Introduction[edit]

In the common law systems personal property may also be called chattels. It is distinguished from real property. Personal property may be classified in a variety of ways, such as goods, money, negotiable instruments, security , and intangible assets including choses in action.

Lost, mislaid, and abandoned property[edit]

Bailments and Licences[edit]

Assignment[edit]

Gifts[edit]

Inter vivos[edit]

Donatio Mortis Causa[edit]

Fixtures[edit]

Personality[edit]

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