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chose in action


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A right of proceeding in a court of law to obtain a sum of money or to recover damages. Examples include rights under an insurance policy, a debt, and rights under a contract. A chose in action is a form of property and can be assigned, sold, held in trust, etc. See also chose in possession.

Subjects: Business and Management — Law.


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