Legal terms: fixtures, fittings and chattels

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4 April 2012 Continuing her series of articles explaining legal terms, Vivien King looks at fixtures, fittings and chattels One often sees reference to chattels and fixtures or even fittings in, for instance, a lease or sale and purchase contract, but what is the difference...

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