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Vaudeville Electric Cinema v Muriset [1923] 2 Ch 74

Cinema chairs attached to the floor of the cinema by screws were held to constitute fixtures despite the fact they could be easily removed without too much damage. They had been affixed in order to become a permanent feature and to enable the building to be better enjoyed as a cinema. Ownership of the chairs thus passed to the bank when the claimant defaulted on their mortgage payments.

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