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All of someone's property except land and those interests in land that pass to their heirs.Compare with real property
- ‘Leases remain personal property to this day and the distinction can sometimes prove to be of importance.’
- ‘Apart from pledge, English law divides security over personal property into mortgages and charges.’
- ‘The ownership of land, as opposed to personal property, is subject to particular rules.’
- ‘There are many items of personal property whose loss causes emotional distress that far outweighs their market value.’
- ‘Real property and personal property may have different rules applied to them.’
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