THING thing. 1.

The subject matter of a right, whether it is a material object or not; any subject matter of ownership within the sphere of proprietary or valuable rights. • Things are divided into three categories: (1) things real or immovable, such as land, tenements, and hereditaments, (2) things personal or movable, such as goods and chattels, and (3) things having both real and personal characteristics, such as a title deed and a tenancy for a term. The civil law divided things into corporeal (tangi possunt) and incorporeal (tangi non possunt). La. Civ. Code art. 461. [Cases: Property 1.C.J.S. Property §§ 2–10, 13.] corporeal thing. The subject matter of corporeal ownership; a material object. — Also termed res corporales; tangible thing. immovable thing. See IMMOVABLE. incorporeal thing. The subject matter of incorporeal ownership; any proprietary right apart from the right of full dominion over a material object. — Also termed res incorporalis; intangible thing. movable thing. See MOVABLE(1). real things. See REAL THINGS. thing in action. See chose in action under CHOSE. thing in possession. See chose in possession under CHOSE. 2. Anything that is owned by someone as part of that person's estate or property. — Also termed res; chose. THINGS PERSONAL things personal.See personal property (1) under PROPERTY. THINGS REAL things real.See REAL THINGS. TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS transcript of proceedings. A compilation of all documents relating to a bond issue, typically including the notices, affidavits of notices, a bond resolution (or bond ordinance), official statement, trust indenture and loan agreements, and minutes of meetings of all authorizing bodies.

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