Where fixtures are removable by a tenant, the general rule is that he is entitled to exercise this right only during the term of the lease1 and, if he omits to do so, the fixtures become the reversioner's property2. If, however, the tenant remains in possession after the term in such circumstances that he is entitled still to consider himself as tenant (for example, by holding over), his right to remove fixtures continues as long as this state of affairs continues3. Thus, where the tenant takes a new lease from his landlord thereby effecting a surrender by operation of
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