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eve and frank own twenty acres of land on which there is a warehouse surrounded by a fence . what is the most important factor in determining whether the fence is a fixture?
The most important factor in determining whether the fence is a fixture is whether the fence is intended to be permanently a part of the property. [ a fixture, then by law it will be declared as a fixture. If the intent of the object was to serve some purpose other than being a fixture, then it is not considered a fixture. Again, in this circumstance, the intent of the owner as to why the
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