Under Article 8 (1) of the Regulations, once the future pledged property comes into existence, is owned by the pledgor or transformed into movable property
, the pledgor must submit an application to the Registry to amend the status of the pledged property recorded in the Registry from a future to a current one.
The Azerbaijani parliament passed a law in 2017 on encumbrance of movable property
, which envisages the creation of a registry of movable property
HE said the 'Mortgage of Movable Property
' provides financing to the legal and legislative environment that allows companies, including SMEs, to pledge their movable properties as security for loans from banks and financial institutes.
He said: "The mortgage of movable property
allows companies, including SMEs, to pledge their movable properties as security for loans from banks and financial institutes.
MoF has assigned EDB the task to create an electronic register to publicise related rights to 'Mortgage of Movable Property
The Movables Security Law is primarily concerned with non-possessory pledge/charge over movable property
. Under the Movables Security Law a variety of movables, whether existing or future physical assets or moral rights, can be used as collateral.
This bill has been developed by a working group in order to improve the legal and regulatory framework in the field of collateral relationship involving the registration of pledges of movable property
and modernization of the unified state register on pledges of movable property
The interest in movable property
is also referred to as security interest, pledge or charge.
This report from the World Bank lays out a reformed legal framework for secured transactions that changes the use of movable property
as collateral and proposes a modern filing archive to make public the claims against such property.
The ministry intends to submit a bill to the Diet this fall for the movable property
registration system to be launched in fiscal 2005 which starts next April, they said.
In 1999 a Superior Court judge enjoined Hamidi from sending any more e-mails to Intel staff, on the ground that doing so constituted a trespass (or, in legalese, a "trespass to chattel"--chattel meaning any movable property
 Although there is arguably some room for treating water itself (as opposed to the more general notion of water resources) as a movable property
, such treatment would only seem to apply in situations where the water was already captured and stored in a manner removing it from association with real property.