Choses in action

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'Choses in action' means 'things in action'. This means that the right of the owner can be enforced only by legal action against the infringer. According to Intellectual Property Law, various legal remedies by way of Interlocutory Injection, Anton Piller Court Order, Counterfeiting seizure, Court action, Final Injection and Compensation can be taken by the intellectual property owner.

Example: Intellectual Property excluding Patents.

The opposite of 'Choses in action' is 'Choses in possession'.