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From also term 'corpus=body,', thus incorporeal means not having material substance, intangible, thus, 'ασώματος', thus we have 'incorporeal property,', or incorporeal values, (ασώματα αγαθά, ασώματες/άυλες αξίες'), those that may correspknd to money, but do not involve for ex. to cash, the potential property, that may obtain potentially material substance, ''provided that'.. We also have 'incorporeal righs'= άυλα δικαιώματα, those involving Rights of Intellectual Property, that is not directly translated to money,

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