All property other than real property. Chattels are distinct from real property in that they are moveable (not attached or affixed). Exceptions are made for trade fixtures or furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FFE), which can be attached, but are still considered chattels. Also known as personalty or personal property, chattels can be tangible (things or objects owned) or intangible (rights and relationships that are included in ownership). Tangible chattels include all objects that one owns, such as vehicles, clothing, houseplants, small appliances, etc. Examples of intangible chattels include patents, copyrights, royalties, and community property relationships. Transfer of chattels is done through a bill of sale, a will, intestate succession, or by court order (judgment).