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I have a question in regard to what a tenant may legally

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I have a question in regard to what a tenant may legally take from the rented residence when evicted. In most US states, chatells may be removed, not fixtures, no matter who paid for that fixture. Specifics are, for example, mirrors built into wall in bathroom, deck attached to the house, shelves attached to walls. I believe the laws of British Columbia may differ, with more benefit to the tenant. What does BC law provide.
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 4 months ago.

I just answered on your other post I believe.

Are these the exact chattels/fixtures you are talking about?

What does the lease say?

Is this a commercial or residential tenancy?

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