Res, generalem habet significationem, quia tam corporea, quam incorporea,
cujuscunque sunt generis, naturae sive speciei, comprehendit. The word
things has a general signification, which comprehends corporeal and
incorporeal objects, of whatever nature, sort or specie. 3 Co. Inst. 482;
1 Bouv. Inst. n. 415.
RES, property. Things. The terms "Res," "Bona," "Biens," used by jurists who
have written in the Latin and French languages, are intended to include
movable or personal, as well as immovable or real property. 1 Burge, Confl.
of Laws, 19. See Biens; Bona; Things.
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