Instruction to Jury Regarding Effect of Conversion of Part of Chattel
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A jury instruction is the judge's oral explanation of the law governing a case. Jury instructions are given after the attorneys have presented all the evidence and have made final arguments, but before the jury begins deliberations. Improper explanations of the law to be applied in jury instructions are often the basis for later appeals.
The term "chattel" refers to moveable items of property which are neither land nor permanently attached to land or a building. A chattel is personal property as distinguished from real property.
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