Personal Property

Personal Property includes virtually any form of property other than real estate. Most of the time, personal property can be moved; examples are vehicles, furniture, electronics, animals and jewelry. Tangible personal property usually refers to any object that can be moved, touched, or felt. Intangible personal property represents something of value like stocks, bonds, patents and copyrights. Lost or mislaid property continues to be owned by the person who lost or mislaid it.

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