trade fixture

Definition of "trade fixture"
  1. A piece of equipment used in a tenant's business, placed on or attached to commercial property, that can be removed at the end of the tenancy, unlike ordinary fixtures
How to use "trade fixture" in a sentence
  1. The espresso machine installed in the coffee shop is a trade fixture and can be taken when the lease ends.
  2. As a trade fixture, the custom shelving system can be removed when the retail store moves out.
  3. The tenant installed a new printing press, a trade fixture, which they plan to take with them once their lease is over.

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