In order that a licence by the landlord for the removal of fixtures after the determination of the tenancy may be available against the succeeding tenant it should be by deed1. An oral agreement by the landlord to take fixtures which the tenant could remove is, however, enforceable, because it does not relate to an interest in land and so need not be made in writing or by deed
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