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chat·tel (chatĆl), n.
1. Law. a movable article of personal property.
2. any article of tangible property other than land, buildings, and other things annexed to land.
[Random House Dict.]
Explanation: assets specifically identified (also future rights and assets effective upon acquisition by the Pledgor);
assets described as to their generic type if the pledge agreement identifies them sufficiently;
a collection of movables or rights constituting a commercial concern, even if the composition thereof is variable from day to day, except those assets which under separate regulations may not be the subject of a pledge (e.g. obligations and real property);