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The Assignment of Things in Action

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Things in action are to be compared with things in possession. For example a contract right to recover money is a thing in action, whereas a book or a chair is a thing in possession.

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© 1990 W. T. Major

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Major, W.T. (1990). The Assignment of Things in Action. In: Basic English Law. Macmillan Professional Masters. Palgrave, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-20588-2_18

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