Although the immediate reason for fastening an article, such as a loom, may be only to steady it and make it more convenient for use, the article will be deemed to be a fixture if it is intended that it is to remain on the premises for the remainder of the term as a means of more effectually enjoying the use of the premises1. If there is such an intention, the article will be treated as permanently attached to the premises even though it is capable of being moved from one part of the premises and fastened in another
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