An equitable servitude may be created in personal property by agreement. (Nadell & Co. v. Grasso (1959) 175 Cal.App.2d 420.)  Here, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, which confers Oscars, created an equitable servitude in the statuettes (the Oscars) it distritubes to winners of its prize.  The servitude allows the Academy to repurchase the statuette if the winner tries to sell it or it is transferred by law.  This decision affirms a trial court order denying a judgment creditor’s attempt to obtain possession of and sell the judgment debtor’s Oscar to satisfy the judgment against him.  The Academy was entitled to enforce its repurchase option, paying $10 which was all that the judgment creditor could recover.