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Goods—exclusions

The Convention does not define goods, but it is consistent with defining them as a common lawyer would define them, viz, as moveable tangibles (and thus not land, or fixtures attached to it and having the status of land, and intangibles). Scope for argument as to whether a given asset fits within the concept of goods remains of course-what, for instance, is the status of a fixture immediately after severance?