Common misspellings for goods:
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Definition of goods:
- In contracts. The term “goods” is not so wide as “chattels,” for it applies to inanimate objects, and does not Include animals or chattels real, as a lease for years of house or land, which “chattels” does include. Co. Litt. 118; St. Joseph Hydraulic Co. v.Wilson, 133 Ind. 405, 33 N. E. 113;Van Patten v. Leonard, 55 Iowa, 520, S N. W. 334; Putnam v. Westcott, 19 Johns. ( N.Y.) 7G.In wills. In wills “goods” is nomen generalissimo, and, if there is nothing to limit it, will comprehend all the personal estate of the testator, as stocks, bonds, notes,money, plate, furniture, etc. Kendall v. Kendall, 4 Russ. 370; Chamberlain v. Western Transp. Co., 44 N. Y. 310, 4 Am. Rep. 081 ; Foxall v. McKenney, 9 Fed. Cas. 045; Raileyv. Duncan, 2 T. I!. Mon. ( Ky.) 22; Keyser v. School Dist., 35 N. II. 483.
- Household furniture; wares; merchandise.
- Movables; furniture; merchandise.
- articles of commerce
- Household furniture; moveable property; articles of merchandise. Goods and chattels, personal property. Goods- train, a railway train conveying luggage or general merchandise. Goods truck, a railway wagon for goods.