Permanent Fixture means a structure, ornament, or equipment that is anchored to the ground structurally or which is plumbed for water circulation.
Permanent Fixture means a structure, ornament, or equipment that is anchored to the ground structurally, is plumbed for water circulation, or too heavy or massive to be easily moved.
Permanent Fixture means an item, piece of equipment, or product system that once installed is considered a permanent appendage or addition to real property because the item, piece of equipment or product system is physically attached to real property and cannot be readily or easily removed without damage to, or alteration or modification of, the real property or of the item, piece of equipment or product system, or that has been designed or modified for use upon that real property. Examples of permanent fixtures include elevators and wheelchair lifts. A wheelchair ramp installed for access to a structure may or may not be a permanent fixture, depending upon how the particular ramp is installed and/or designed for use with that structure.
Examples of Permanent Fixture in a sentence
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More Definitions of Permanent Fixture
Permanent Fixture means any materials that will remain in place after the user