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WHAT DOES CHATTEL HOUSE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Chattel House is a Barbadian word for a small moveable wooden house that working class people would occupy. The term goes back to the plantation days when the home owners would buy houses designed to move from one property to another. The word "chattel" means movable property so the name was appropriate. Chattel houses are set on blocks or a groundsill rather than being anchored into the ground. In addition, they are built entirely out of wood and assembled without nails. This allowed them to be disassembled and moved from place to place. This system was necessary historically because home "owners" typically did not own the land that their house was set on. Instead, their employer often owned the land. In case of a landlord tenant dispute, the house could be quickly moved to a new property. It has been customary for people in Barbados to build additions onto their chattel houses. As such, the house may look as though different sections are at slightly different heights or in a different pattern due to each part being constructed at different stages.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CHATTEL HOUSE» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about chattel house
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHATTEL HOUSE»
Discover the use of chattel house in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to chattel house and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Low-cost Housing in Barbados: Evolution Or Social Revolution?
1.1 A single-gabled, timber chattel house located on a loose rock foundation / 7
1.2 A timber chattel house on a loose rock foundation with a lean-to kitchen at the
rear / 7 3.1 A timber chattel house on a loose rock foundation / 52 3.2 A tripartite ...
Mark R. Watson, Robert B. Potter, 2001
Caribbean Property Law
The 'chattel house' concept is a peculiarity of the law of Trinidad and Tobago. It
finds no favour in English law. A house or building attached to the soil in that
jurisdiction is for all intents and purposes part of the realty, and a dwelling house,
Resource Sustainability and Caribbean Development
There is a section of the population who perceive the chattel house as a thing of
the past and associate it with backwardness and decades of struggle and
hardship. Many Barbadians now tend to look towards the developed world and
Duncan F. M. McGregor, David Barker, Sally Lloyd-Evans, 1998
Commonwealth Caribbean Property Law
If a chattel house owned by a deceased is erected on building land of which the
deceased was a statutory tenant, the mere fact that a person has been in
occupation of such chattel house and satisfies the residence conditions in s 2(1)
of the ...
Gilbert Kodilinye, 2013
Panama Money in Barbados 1900-1920
The floor or "bottom plate" of the chattel house was occasionally as small as ten
by ten feet. Normally the gabled wooden roof had a cover of wooden shingles
that was surprisingly impervious to heavy rains. An individual desiring a chattel ...
Bonham C. Richardson, 2004
Global Tourist Behavior
Accordingto Potterand Dann (1987: xxxvi), a chattel house is “a rectangular
wooden house, generally set on a pile of rocks. Such vemacular houses
aremovable, reflectingthe fact thatthey are owned bythe occupant, whilst
Erdener Kaynak, Muzaffer Uysal, 2012
Growing Up in Barbados
It follows that all the chattel houses on temporary rented land were also on
makeshift foundations. The Bajan chattel house even at that time was attractively
designed; though tiny by most standards, it had the basic tenets of palladian/
Sereta Belgrave, 2013
Self-help Housing, the Poor, and the State in the Caribbean
A Basic timber chattel 6 Bipartite timber chattel Y I l Living room y Backyard d
Dining room Bh □Bathroom k Kitchen T Toilet Bd Bedroom Fig. 3.2. The
development and expansion of the Barbadian chattel house. quaint, but each
house has its ...
Robert B. Potter, Dennis Conway, 1997
... the wedding ceremony coupled with the fact that there is no tradition of The
Chattel House Along with flying fish and the Bajan accent, the chattel house is
one of the island's special cultural traditions. These attractive, one-storey homes
Harry S. Pariser, 2000
Slavery Contested Heritage and Thanatourism
... tourist icon and promotional device. Thus, there are now several Chattel House
Shopping Villages, the best known of which is located in the St Lawrence Gap
tourist strip (Chattel House Shopping Village, 1999). These villages comprise an
Graham M.S. Dann, A.V. Seaton, 2013
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHATTEL HOUSE»
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EVERYDAY LAW:Terminating tenancy of spots
... in the Tenantries Freehold Purchase Act becomes a qualified tenant, he has the right to purchase the lot on which his chattel house is sited. «Nation News, Jun 15»
EVERYDAY LAW: No special rights for chattel houses
Where your house is a chattel house, you can be given notice to quit. This notice must usually be six months except where your rent is in ... «Nation News, Jun 15»
IT MATTERS TO MARIA: Cave of horrors
Her small chattel house still remains on the land. However, Smith said with the children moving away from the area, successive governments ... «Nation News, Jun 15»
Summer weekend getaway guide: NJ's 10 best small towns
Drive down Sunset Boulevard, past the Chattel House Village series of shops (Exit Zero Magazine, The Bird House), past the Nature ... «NJ.com, Apr 15»
THE LOWDOWN: This is hell – no balls
Sir Hilary recently backed down from confrontation with Froon and says he's coming to live in a chattel house down by me. Yet Sir Hilary was ... «Nation News, Apr 15»
Chattel House Books Is Newest Datalore Effort
“That's how Chattel House Books was born. Some days I sit down and wonder, what monster did I create? But I have to give the market what it ... «Publishers Weekly, Apr 15»
Bookmarked for business
From left, Jenifer Millar, Beverly Smith-Hinkson, Erica Hinkson and Jason Millar in the Chattel House Bookstore in Sky Mall. (Reco Moore) ... «Nation News, Apr 15»
EVERYDAY LAW: When 'paper' is not enough
The aunt was permitted to place a chattel house on the land and live there since an incident had occurred at her former residence. «Nation News, Mar 15»
Alan Dawson: I like the attitude and food of Jamaican restaurants
Carlton has a daytime Jamaican cafe called The Chattel House. For breakfast try the bacon, sausage patty, fried plantain, egg and fresh tomato. «Nottingham Post, Mar 15»
Old Library to be restored
THE HOME OF THE FORMER Public Library and a 100-year-old chattel house in Bridgetown are the first two buildings earmarked under a new ... «Nation News, Jan 15»
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