Trade Fixture

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A trade fixture is a fixture installed by a commercial tenant for use in a business.

 

A trade fixture may be removed at the termination of a lease provided no permanent damage is done to the structure

 

The repair of any damage must be paid for by the tenant

 

Any written agreement by the parties overrides the disposition of trade fixtures

 

Examples of trade fixtures:

 

Booths in a restaurant
Permanently installed blackboard in a school
Display cases in a retail establishment

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