The tenant's right to remove trade or other fixtures is subject to the terms of the contract between the landlord and himself. Accordingly it will not apply if the tenant has covenanted to yield up the demised premises with the fixtures in such language as to make it clear that 'fixtures' are to be construed as including fixtures removable by a tenant. If the word 'fixtures' appears in the covenant by itself, 'fixtures' will include landlord's and tenant's fixtures1 but, if the covenant sets out a series of specific items all of which are of the nature of landlord's
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