Chattel principle definition

Elementary Principles of Chattel Mortgages

ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CHATTEL MORTGAGES * JOHN McDILL Foxt A CHATTEL mortgage has been defined frequently, as a con-ditional sale of personal property as security for a debt. Under this definition the condition is really a condition subsequent, i.e. the

June 20th,2019

Embodiment of Rights in Goods and the Concept of Chattel …

Embodiment of Rights in Goods and the Concept of Chattel Paper Thomas H. Jacksont In the scheme of classifying collateral under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, the concept of chattel paper plays a prominent, but poorly articulated, role. Most practitioners who deal with Article 9 are generally familiar with the definition of ...

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June 20th,2019

Yale Scholarship Online - Harvard University

chattel principle When, in 1849, the fugitive slave James W. C. Pennington wrote that “the being of slavery” lay in “the chattel principle,” he meant to trouble the boundary between “the slave trade” and the “rest of slavery.” He did so by arguing that even slaves who seemed for the moment to live good

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June 20th,2019

Principles Governing the Distinction between Conditional ...

record it as required by the statute governing chattel mort-gages, the court may entirely disregard their actions and de-clare the instrument to be a conditional sale. This general principle of determination of the intention of the parties is of course not peculiar to the law of sales or mort-

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June 20th,2019

Elementary Principles of Chattel Mortgages

ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CHATTEL MORTGAGES * JOHN McDILL Foxt A CHATTEL mortgage has been defined frequently, as a con-ditional sale of personal property as security for a debt. Under this definition the condition is really a condition subsequent, i.e. the

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June 20th,2019

This Species of Property: Slavery and the Properties of ...

there was a long and vibrant debate over the legitimacy of the chattel principle – the definition of enslaved persons as a type of property – and that enslaved people and their allies pushed for the recognition of the legal humanity or subjecthood of the enslaved in colonial and metropolitan courts.

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June 20th,2019

UCC DEFINITIONS - NRAI

lease and by an instrument or a series of instruments, the group of writings taken together constitutes a chattel paper. Chattel Mortgage: A lien against property that is granted to secure an obligation, specifically in this case as it relates to chattel paper or such security agreement.

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June 20th,2019

The Definition of Fixture in Article 9 of the U.C.C.

THE DEFINITION OF FIXTURE IN ARTICLE 9 OF THE U.C.C. The article 9fixture rules, lacking a workable dmfntion as to when a chattel becomes afixture, have caused much controversy with respect to the priori issue between real estate morigagees and chattel secured creditors. This Note examines

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June 20th,2019

Statutory Conversion and Treble Damages

considering the dictionary definition of the word “use” and concluding, “[t]he term ‘use’ requires only that a person ‘employ for some purpose’” the chattel at issue. 14 While setting out a broad definition of “use,” this analysis maintains a distinction between statutory

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June 20th,2019

The Law of Fixtures: Common Law and the Uniform …

definition for a 'fixture' or to posit tests for fixtures in all circum- stances is not a profitable undertaking." ... which retain their chattel character entirely and do not become part ... The Law of Fixtures: Common Law and the Uniform Commercial Code-P Published by Scholarly Commons at Hofstra Law, 1987.

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June 20th,2019

Wrongful Possession of Chattels: Hornbook Law and Case Law

WRONGFUL POSSESSION OF CHATTELS: HORNBOOK LAW AND CASE LAW R.H. Helmholz* I. INTRODUCTION It is hornbook law that possession of a chattel, even without claim of title, gives the possessor a superior right to the chattel against everyone but the true owner.1 The possessor has a "special" property interest in

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