In relation to law of property: Distinguish choses in action from choses in possession giving examples of each

Chose in action
• These are intangible rights which can only be enforced by court action.
• They are not capable of physical possession e.g. debts, patents etc.
Chose in possession
• These are tangible things or subject matter, capable of physical possession e.g. land, motor vehicles etc.



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