Objects which have been fixed to the freehold by way of ornament1 or for domestic convenience and utility2 have from the earliest times been removable by the tenant provided that the lease does not provide to the contrary3 and that they are capable of being severed without irreparable injury to the land4.
Articles which form an essential part of a house at the time of its construction may not be removed
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