Chose

Chose noun ; plural Choses . [ French, from Latin causa cause, reason. See Cause .] (Law) A thing; personal property. Chose in action , a thing of which one has not possession or actual enjoyment, but only a right to it, or a right to demand it by...
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Chose

Chose imperfect & past participle of Choose .
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Chose

• of Choose • (imp.) of Choose • (n.) A thing; personal property. • imp. & p. p. of Choose.
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Chose

This is a French word signifying thing. In law, it is applied to personal property; as choses in possession are such personal things of which one has possession; choses in action are such as the owner has not the possession, but merely a right of action for their possession. Choses in actions are rights to receive or recover a debt, or money, or da...
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Chose

In law, chose (from the French shoz meaning a thing) is a property, a right to possession; or that which may be demanded and recovered by suit or action at law. Thus, money due on a bond or recompense for damage done is a chose in action; the former proceeding from an express, the latter from an implied contract. A chose local is annexed to a place...
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Chose

Chose (pronounced: `shows`, French for `thing`), is a term used in common law tradition in different senses. Chose local is a thing annexed to a place, such as a mill. A chose transitory is something movable, that can be carried from place to place. However, `chose` in these senses is practically obsolete, and it is now used only in the phra...
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