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Incorporeal

Lacking a physical or material nature but relating to or affecting a body.

Under COMMON LAW, incorporeal property were rights that affected a tangible item, such as a chose in action (a right to enforce a debt).

Incorporeal is the opposite of corporeal, a description of the existence of a tangible item.

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