In accordance with the general rule of law that anything fixed to the freehold becomes part of the freehold1, chattels affixed to premises at the date of a lease by a landlord, or some prior owner or tenant, pass under the demise2 unless they are expressly or impliedly excluded from it3. Chattels so affixed, and chattels affixed subsequent to the commencement of the lease, must be delivered up to the landlord on the determination of the tenancy, unless the tenant is entitled to remove them by virtue of some special rule of law, statute or agreement, in accordance with
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