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English term or phrase:choses
French translation:chose non possessoire
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08:21 Apr 8, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: choses
Business/law/finance
to deal with privileges and "choses" in action of all kinds
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choses non possessoires, entre autres termes proposés
Explanation:
"chose(s) in action" means a thing in action, a right of bringing an action or right to recover a debt or money. Right of proceeding in a court of law to procure payment of sum of money, or right to recover a personal chattel or a sum of money by action. A personal right not reduced into possession, but recoverable by a suit at law. A right to personal things of which the owner has not the possession, but merely a right of action for their posssessoin. The phrase includes all personal chattels which are not in possession; and all property in action which depends entirely on contracts express or implied. A right to receive or recover a debt, demand, or damages on a cause of action ex contractu or for a tort or omission of a duty. A right to recover by suit a personal chattel. Assignable rights of action ex contractu and perhaps ex delicto. Personalty to which the owner has a right of possession in future, or right of immediate possession, wrongflully withheld.

Source: Black's Law dictionary.

Quant à la traduction de ce terme, vous en avez le choix selon ce qui convient le mieux à votre contexte :

1. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action CORRECT
thing in action CORRECT
chose in suspense CORRECT

chose non possessoire CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – Choses in action (refer) to rights of property which, though they may be represented by a piece of paper, like a promissory note, are essentially intangible in that they can ultimately only be claimed or enforced by action, not by taking physical possession. (Brown, 3rd ed. 1975, p. 11)


2. Domaine(s)
– Practice (Law)

Domaine(s)
– Procédure (Droit)

chose in action CORRECT

action CORRECT, FÉM



3. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

legal chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire en common law CORRECT, FÉM
droit incorporel existant en common law MASC



4. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

legal chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire en common law CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – A distinction has to be made between legal choses in action such as debts, and equitable choses in action such as pecuniary legacies or rights under a trust. (Crossley Vaines, 5th ed. 1973, p. 13).



5. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

equitable chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire en equity CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – A distinction has to be made between legal choses in action such as debts, and equitable choses in action such as pecuniary legacies or rights under a trust. Equitable choses in action are such things as were not the subject of action at common law but which could be recovered in a Court of Equity.... (Crossley Vaines, 5th ed. 1973, p. 13).


6. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action personal CORRECT

chose non possessoire personnelle CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – The division of choses in action into personal, real, and mixed, according to whether they arose out of personal rights or obligations (e.g. debt) or out of real rights and obligations (e.g. wardship) was recognised as early as 1541.... (Halsbury, 4th ed., Vol. 6, p. 3)



7. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action real CORRECT

chose non possessoire réelle CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

OBS – Équivalent français normalisé par le Comité de normalisation du PAJLO.


8. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action mixed CORRECT

chose non possessoire mixte CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – (Choses in action) may, for example, be classified according to the legal incidents attaching to the rights and obligations, or property concerned. In that connexion, an early classification which appears still to be valid, although of little concrete significance, is the division of choses in action into personal, real, and mixed, according to whether these arise out of personal rights or obligations (e.g. debt), or out of real rights and obligations (rights of entry to land), or out of a combination of both (e.g. an option to purchase a house and its contents). (Starke, 1972, p. 5) Source OBS – Équivalent français normalisé par le Comité de normalisation du PAJLO.



9. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

assignable chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire cessible CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

DEF – A chose in action which is of such nature as to be subject to transfer to another, so as to give ownership to the latter. (Ballentine, 3rd ed. 1969, p. 100) Source OBS – Équivalent français normalisé par le Comité de normalisation du PAJLO.



10. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

assignment of chose in action CORRECT

cession de chose non possessoire CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – Subject to three exceptions, the common law does not permit the assignment of choses in action. From early times, however, equity took a different view and freely permitted the assignment of choses in action. (6 Hals., 4th ed., p. 7) Source
EX – Assignments of choses in action... do not, as a rule, require to be by deed. (Jowitt, 2nd ed. 1977, pp. 146-7) Source
OBS – Extrait du vocabulaire bilingue de la Common law - Droit des biens - (Terminologie française normalisée dans le cadre du Programme national de l'administration de la justice dans les deux langues officielles).
OBS – Termes qui présentent un complément d'information utile ou un apparentement avec le terme en vedette : assignment, chose in action, assignable chose in action.


11. Domaine(s)
– Commercial Law

Domaine(s)
– Droit commercial

negotiable chose in action CORRECT

créance négociable


Mes meilleures salutations,
Connie


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Connie Leipholz
Canada
Local time: 16:44
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Mill fois merci pour ces explications exhaustives et bien utiles, bien que tres compliquees a mon niveau. Encore bravo. a bientot.
Cordialement,
Alexandra
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choses non possessoires, entre autres termes proposés


Explanation:
"chose(s) in action" means a thing in action, a right of bringing an action or right to recover a debt or money. Right of proceeding in a court of law to procure payment of sum of money, or right to recover a personal chattel or a sum of money by action. A personal right not reduced into possession, but recoverable by a suit at law. A right to personal things of which the owner has not the possession, but merely a right of action for their posssessoin. The phrase includes all personal chattels which are not in possession; and all property in action which depends entirely on contracts express or implied. A right to receive or recover a debt, demand, or damages on a cause of action ex contractu or for a tort or omission of a duty. A right to recover by suit a personal chattel. Assignable rights of action ex contractu and perhaps ex delicto. Personalty to which the owner has a right of possession in future, or right of immediate possession, wrongflully withheld.

Source: Black's Law dictionary.

Quant à la traduction de ce terme, vous en avez le choix selon ce qui convient le mieux à votre contexte :

1. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action CORRECT
thing in action CORRECT
chose in suspense CORRECT

chose non possessoire CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – Choses in action (refer) to rights of property which, though they may be represented by a piece of paper, like a promissory note, are essentially intangible in that they can ultimately only be claimed or enforced by action, not by taking physical possession. (Brown, 3rd ed. 1975, p. 11)


2. Domaine(s)
– Practice (Law)

Domaine(s)
– Procédure (Droit)

chose in action CORRECT

action CORRECT, FÉM



3. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

legal chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire en common law CORRECT, FÉM
droit incorporel existant en common law MASC



4. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

legal chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire en common law CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – A distinction has to be made between legal choses in action such as debts, and equitable choses in action such as pecuniary legacies or rights under a trust. (Crossley Vaines, 5th ed. 1973, p. 13).



5. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

equitable chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire en equity CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – A distinction has to be made between legal choses in action such as debts, and equitable choses in action such as pecuniary legacies or rights under a trust. Equitable choses in action are such things as were not the subject of action at common law but which could be recovered in a Court of Equity.... (Crossley Vaines, 5th ed. 1973, p. 13).


6. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action personal CORRECT

chose non possessoire personnelle CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – The division of choses in action into personal, real, and mixed, according to whether they arose out of personal rights or obligations (e.g. debt) or out of real rights and obligations (e.g. wardship) was recognised as early as 1541.... (Halsbury, 4th ed., Vol. 6, p. 3)



7. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action real CORRECT

chose non possessoire réelle CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

OBS – Équivalent français normalisé par le Comité de normalisation du PAJLO.


8. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

chose in action mixed CORRECT

chose non possessoire mixte CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – (Choses in action) may, for example, be classified according to the legal incidents attaching to the rights and obligations, or property concerned. In that connexion, an early classification which appears still to be valid, although of little concrete significance, is the division of choses in action into personal, real, and mixed, according to whether these arise out of personal rights or obligations (e.g. debt), or out of real rights and obligations (rights of entry to land), or out of a combination of both (e.g. an option to purchase a house and its contents). (Starke, 1972, p. 5) Source OBS – Équivalent français normalisé par le Comité de normalisation du PAJLO.



9. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

assignable chose in action CORRECT

chose non possessoire cessible CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

DEF – A chose in action which is of such nature as to be subject to transfer to another, so as to give ownership to the latter. (Ballentine, 3rd ed. 1969, p. 100) Source OBS – Équivalent français normalisé par le Comité de normalisation du PAJLO.



10. Domaine(s)
– Property Law (Common Law)

Domaine(s)
– Droit des biens et de la propriété (Common law)

assignment of chose in action CORRECT

cession de chose non possessoire CORRECT, FÉM, NORMALISÉ

CONT – Subject to three exceptions, the common law does not permit the assignment of choses in action. From early times, however, equity took a different view and freely permitted the assignment of choses in action. (6 Hals., 4th ed., p. 7) Source
EX – Assignments of choses in action... do not, as a rule, require to be by deed. (Jowitt, 2nd ed. 1977, pp. 146-7) Source
OBS – Extrait du vocabulaire bilingue de la Common law - Droit des biens - (Terminologie française normalisée dans le cadre du Programme national de l'administration de la justice dans les deux langues officielles).
OBS – Termes qui présentent un complément d'information utile ou un apparentement avec le terme en vedette : assignment, chose in action, assignable chose in action.


11. Domaine(s)
– Commercial Law

Domaine(s)
– Droit commercial

negotiable chose in action CORRECT

créance négociable


Mes meilleures salutations,
Connie





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Connie Leipholz
Canada
Local time: 16:44
PRO pts in pair: 644
Grading comment
Mill fois merci pour ces explications exhaustives et bien utiles, bien que tres compliquees a mon niveau. Encore bravo. a bientot.
Cordialement,
Alexandra
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