| Commentary

156 Garden fixtures and features

| Commentary

156 Garden fixtures and features

On the sale of a garden or determination of a lease of a garden, the sale contract or lease should contain appropriate provisions dealing with matters such as the seller’s or tenant’s right to retain the seasons’ fruit and vegetables, or the removal of garden fixtures such as statues1, and artificial ponds and the fish in them, which may give rise to disputes if not anticipated. Garden ornaments and features such as balustrades, steps and paving stones are likely to be fixtures and pass with the garden2.

Greenhouses and garden sheds may also

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