Corporeal property


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Related to Corporeal property: Incorporeal property
such as may be seen and handled (as opposed to incorporeal, which can not be seen or handled, and exists only in contemplation).
- Mozley & W.

See also: Corporeal

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In that case, the Court said the AMLC's ex parte application for the bank inquiry 'did not violate substantive due process because the physical seizure of the targeted corporeal property was not contemplated by the law.'
It reiterated its December 2016 ruling that the AMLC's bank inquiry 'did not violate substantive due process because the physical seizure of the targeted corporeal property was not contemplated by the law,' referring to the amended Anti-Money Laundering Act or Republic Act No.
Bersamin, the SC reiterated its 2016 ruling that AMLC's power under Section 11 of Republic Act 9160 as amended (The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2001) "does not violate substantive due process because the physical seizure of the targeted corporeal property was not contemplated by the law."