In contracts. A written agreement under seal, by which one person assigns or transfers his right to or interest in goods and personal chattels to another. An instrument by which, in particular, the property in ships and vessels is conveyed. Putnam v. McDonald, 72 Vt. 4. 47 Atl. 159; Young v. Stone. 61 App. Div. 304, 70 N. Y. Supp. 558.
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