intangible property

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Bonds, notes, shares (stock), long-term contracts, and rights (such as lease agreements and copyrights) which represent present or future value but, being mere documents, have no intrinsic value of their own.

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While we've spent a few million this quarter to acquire Acme Patents, Inc's intangible property, we're predicting our realized profit will be double the acquisition costs by the end of the year.
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You may want to stock up on an intangible property so that you know you always have something to fall back on.
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It was intangible property and did not have any independent value and that made me really confused, cause I never knew that before.
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