Buildings remain real property so long as they are annexed to the land with intent of permanence. They cease to be real property upon being removed; as, for example, where a building is sold to a wrecking concern which is to remove it from the land. ... latter, intending to replace it at the expiration of the lease, the new engine did not thereby become a real fixture, but remained the property of the tenant.
|Title||:||Manual on commercial law|
|Author||:||Abraham Lincoln Lavine, University of the State of New York. Certified public accountant board, New York State University. Certified public accountant board|