(1) personal effects and property used or to be used in a dwelling when the effects
and property are parts of the equipment or supply of that dwelling;
(2) furniture, fixtures, equipment and the property of stores, offices, museums, institutions,
hospitals, or other establishments when these items are parts of the stock, equipment,
or supply of those stores, offices, museums, institutions, hospitals, or other establishments;
(3) articles including objects of art, displays, and exhibits that because of their
unusual nature or value require the specialized handling and equipment usually employed
in moving household goods.
(b) Subsection (a)(1) does not include property moving from a factory or store, except
property that the householder has purchased with intent to use in the dwelling and
that is transported at the request of, and the transportation charges paid to the
carrier by, the householder. Subsection (a)(2) does not include the stock-in-trade of any establishment, whether
consignor or consignee, other than used furniture and used fixtures, except when transported
as an incident to the removal of the establishment, or a portion thereof, from one
(1) location to another. Subsection (a)(3) does not include any article, whether crated or uncrated, that
does not, because of its unusual nature or value, require the specialized handling
and equipment usually employed in moving household goods.
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