| Commentary

241 Fixtures

| Commentary

241 Fixtures

In addition to the tenant’s general right to remove fixtures1, he may remove from a holding let or treated as a market garden any buildings acquired for the purposes of his trade or business as a market gardener, whenever such buildings were erected2.

The tenant of such a holding may also remove during the tenancy all fruit trees and fruit bushes planted by him and not permanently set out3 but, if the tenant does not exercise this right of removal before the termination of the tenancy, the right is lost. The trees

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