Fixtures

Any item that is attached to a property and so legally is part of the property.

Fixtures

Items which have been permanently installed in a building and which are included in the purchase price. As they were included in the purchase price they should not be removed by the vendor when they vacate the property. For example, curtain rails, cookers, and plumbed-in washing machines are not considered to be fixtures but flooring that is fixed to the floor, such as floorboards, are. ...

fixtures

a device that holds the workpiece securely in the correct position relative to the tool in a manufacturing process but does not guide the tool (as opposed to a jig).
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Fixtures

In law fixtures are accessories annexed to houses or lands, which by the fact of their being so annexed become a part of the real property and pass to the freeholder, not being removable at will by the tenant or occupier of the property. The general rule of law is that whatever has been affixed to the premises or put into the land by a tenant durin...
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Fixtures

An article that was once personal property but has been so affixed to real estate that it has become
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