assignable chose in action


assignable chose in action
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. The assignability of things in action is now the rule and non-assignability the exception. 6 Am J2d Assign § 7.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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