movable

movable
That which can be changed in place, as movable property; or in time, as movable feasts or terms of court
Compare fixture
See also
- movable estate
- movable freehold
- movables
@ movable estate
A term equivalent to "personal estate" or "personal property."
@ movable freehold
A term applied by Lord Coke to real property which is capable of being increased or diminished by natural causes; as where the owner of seashore acquires or loses land as the waters recede or approach
@ movables
Things movable; movable or personal chattels which may be annexed to or attendant on the person of the owner, and carried about with him from one place to another. Things which may be carried from one place to another whether they move by themselves or whether they are inanimate objects capable of being moved by extraneous power. Succession of Young, La.App., 205 So.2d 791, 796
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  • movable — mov·able 1 or move·able / mü və bəl/ adj: capable of being moved movable 2 or moveable n: an item of movable property; also: a right or interest (as a chattel mortgage) in an item of movable property bonds and annuities are incorporeal movable s… …   Law dictionary

  • movable — mov‧a‧ble [ˈmʊːvəbl] also moveable adjective if something is movable, it is not fixed and can move, be moved, or change: • Governments may use movable exchange rates to keep their economies competitive. • movable property * * * movable UK US… …   Financial and business terms

  • movable — movable, mobile, motive mean capable of moving or of being moved. Movable applies not to what has independent power of motion but to what can be moved by men or machines (as by lifting, drawing, pushing, or driving) {a movable steam engine} {one… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Movable — Mov a*ble, a. [Cf. OF. movable. See {Move}.] 1. Capable of being moved, lifted, carried, drawn, turned, or conveyed, or in any way made to change place or posture; susceptible of motion; not fixed or stationary; as, a movable steam engine. [Also… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • movable — movable, mobile Movable generally denotes that something can be moved by applying an external force to it, whereas mobile means that it has the ability to move or be moved as a special characteristic. A mobile phone is designed to be carried… …   Modern English usage

  • movable — [mo͞o′və bəl] adj. 1. a) that can be moved from one place to another; not fixed b) Law designating or of personal property as distinguished from real property 2. changing in date from one year to the next [Thanksgiving is a movable holiday] n. 1 …   English World dictionary

  • movable — (adj.) also moveable, late 14c., disposed to movement; c.1400, capable of being moved, from O.Fr. movable, from moveir (see MOVE (Cf. move) (v.)). A moveable feast (early 15c.) is one in the Church calendar which, though always on the same day of …   Etymology dictionary

  • Movable — Mov a*ble, n.; pl. {Movables}. 1. An article of wares or goods; a commodity; a piece of property not fixed, or not a part of real estate; generally, in the plural, goods; wares; furniture. [Also spelled {moveable}.] [1913 Webster] Furnished with… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • movable — [adj] transportable adaptable, adjustable, ambulatory, conveyable, deployable, detachable, in parts, liftable, loose, mobile, motile, moving, not fastened, not fixed, on wheels, portable, portative, removable, separable, shiftable, transferable,… …   New thesaurus

  • movable — (also moveable) ► ADJECTIVE 1) capable of being moved. 2) denoting a religious feast day occurring on a different date each year. 3) Law (of property) of the nature of a chattel, as distinct from land or buildings …   English terms dictionary

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