So long as an article can be removed without doing irreparable damage to the demised premises, neither the method nor the degree of annexation, nor the quantum of damage that would be done either to the article itself or to the demised premises by the removal, have any bearing upon the tenant's right to remove it, except in so far as they indicate the intention with which the tenant affixed the article to the premises1. Where trade fixtures have to be taken to pieces in the removal, in general it is essential that they are capable of being put
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