PERSONAL PROPERTY PERSONAL PROPERTY EXEMPTION. (a) Personal property, as described in Section 42.002, is exempt from garnishment, attachment, execution PERSONAL PROPERTY. (a) The following personal property is exempt under Section 42.001(a): shall ask the debtor to designate the personal property to be levied on.
ABANDONMENT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY PERSONAL PROPERTY PRESUMED ABANDONED. TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY HELD BY COUNTY. (1) the personal property is held by the county; asserted or an act of ownership of the personal property has not been exercised.
PERSONAL PROPERTY INTERESTS DEFINITIONS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TITLE INSURANCE. In this subtitle: (1) "Personal property" has the meaning assigned by Section 1.04, Tax Code. (2) "Personal property title insurance" means coverage that insures: property title insurance or personal property title insurance product authorized under this chapter.
CHAPTER 2751 - TITLE INSURANCE FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY INTERESTS
ACCESS TO RESIDENCE OR FORMER RESIDENCE TO RETRIEVE PERSONAL PROPERTY (a) If a person is unable to enter the person's residence or former residence to retrieve personal property property. property or the personal property of the applicant's dependent; (2) civilly or criminally liable for the wrongful appropriation of any personal property by the person
PROPERTY property or an interest in real or personal property; property or an interest in real or personal property; and (8) in the case of a fraudulent lien or claim against real or personal property or an interest in real or personal property, the obligor or debtor, or a person who owns an interest in the real or personal
property is rendered in the city and county where such property is located. All other personal property owned by such insurance companies, except fire insurance companies and casualty (b) All intangible personal property owned by such insurance company; All other personal property of fire insurance companies and casualty insurance companies incorporated (b) All intangible personal property owned by such insurance company;
CHAPTER 42 - PERSONAL PROPERTY
the court determines on its own initiative or upon motion of any party, that any seized or detained personal property is likely to perish, waste, or be destroyed, or otherwise substantially depreciate in value
The Administrator of General Services may retain from the proceeds of sales of personal property the Administrator may pay direct costs and reasonably related indirect costs incurred in conducting sales of personal property.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, title to all expendable and nonexpendable personal property
Any personal property, including structures and facilities, that the Secretary determines cannot be efficiently Any personal property, including structures and facilities, that the Secretary determines cannot be efficiently
Whoever robs or attempts to rob another of any kind or description of personal property belonging to
Except as otherwise provided in this section, income from the sale of personal property— Gain (not in excess of the depreciation adjustments) from the sale of depreciable personal property shall (A) Depreciable personal property The term “depreciable personal property” means any personal property (1) Inventory property The term “inventory property” means personal property described in paragraph (1) relating to the treatment of losses from sales of personal property,
Title to any personal property purchased with a loan from the revolving loan fund shall be taken in the
Title to any personal property purchased with loans guaranteed or insured hereunder shall be taken in