The general rule that chattels, once annexed to the land, become part of the property demised, and therefore cannot properly be removed by the tenant1 has been relaxed to some extent as between landlord and tenant2. Where an article has been attached to the demised premises by the tenant so as to become a fixture, if it has been affixed for the purposes of trade or ornament, the tenant is entitled, in the absence of agreement to the contrary, to sever the article from the premises and to remove it
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