Whether an object that has been brought onto the land has become affixed to the premises, and so has become a fixture (or a permanent part of the land)1, is a question of fact which principally depends:
(1) on the mode and extent of the annexation, and especially on whether the object can easily be removed without injury to itself or to the premises; and
(2) on the purpose of the annexation (that is to say, whether it was for the permanent and substantial improvement of the premises or merely for a temporary purpose or for the more complete
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