Answer may depend upon who owned it (you, someone else, partly yours), why you had it (borrowed, entrusted), how destruction occurred (malicious, reckless, negligent, unforeseeable accident), what type of property it was (irreplaceable, valuable to all, sentimental value only, intangible property), and where it occurred (which state/country), among other things.
You can go to jail for slashing tires. Slashing tires is considered destroying property. The exact penalty will depend upon where you live and if it is your first offense or not.
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a physical property
destroying an eagle egg is 10 years in prison and a $250 000 fine
It is a physical property.
Personal Property is property that is not real property nor property that is attached to the land.
A stop sign is government property - so whatever the penalty is in your state for destroying government property applies. If it was because of an accident it would be handled by your insuror - but if it was a deliberate act of vandalism it is a crime. Also: If any traffic accident and/or injury occurs because of this deliberate act you can be charged with an enhanced penalty.
The difference between personal property and real property is that personal property can depreciate faster than improvement made on real property.
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An airplane is considered personal property.
it would be a physical property
By just caring for it and avoid destroying the public property.
a personal property is something you bought or got ,and you keep it personal
There was no penalty for raping a slave. The slave was the owner's property. She had no rights.
The penalty for egging will differ between states and will depend on if there was any damage to property or not. If caught egging someone's property you could be charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct, or damage to property. The penalty could be a fine, probation, or jail time.
Money is considered personal property and personal property is part of a person's estate.
Technically, the only crime there was, was murder. But if it were to happen today, there would be hundreds of crimes. Murder, attempted murder, domestic violence, random acts of violence, theft, kidnapping, destroying public property, destroying personal property, arson, fighting, breaking and entering, attacks against officials, and a ton more.
Well, if it's your property I guess you're free to do whatever you want with it, incl destroying it. But if it's somebody else's property, then it's their stuff. And you have no right destroying something owned by someone else.
These objects are considered personal property and are usually called personal property, especially for insurance purposes.
Any personal property used to generate income.
If you scheduled your personal property on your Homeowners Insurance Policy then it will cover. If you failed to schedule your personal property then it will not be covered.