Corporeal property
Corporeal Cor*po"re*al (k[^o]r*p[=o]"r[-e]*al), a. [L. corporeus, fr. corpus body.] Having a body; consisting of, or pertaining to, a material body or substance; material; -- opposed to {spiritual} or {immaterial}. [1913 Webster]

His omnipotence That to corporeal substance could add Speed almost spiritual. --Milton. [1913 Webster]

{Corporeal property}, such as may be seen and handled (as opposed to incorporeal, which can not be seen or handled, and exists only in contemplation). --Mozley & W.

Syn: Corporal; bodily. See {Corporal}. [1913 Webster]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • corporeal property — Such as affects the senses, and may be seen and handled, as opposed to incorporeal property, which cannot be seen or handled, and exists only in contemplation. Thus a house is corporeal, but the annual rent payable for its occupation is… …   Black's law dictionary

  • corporeal property — Such as affects the senses, and may be seen and handled, as opposed to incorporeal property, which cannot be seen or handled, and exists only in contemplation. Thus a house is corporeal, but the annual rent payable for its occupation is… …   Black's law dictionary

  • corporeal property — Property which has corporeal tangible substance. See 42 Am J1st Prop § 12 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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