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The bottle here is not included in the sale unless it was in the sales contract that it was included. A propane bottle is not a fixture and it is not attached to or a part of the house.
You have a right here to your bottle unless they want to purchase it from you.They have no legal basis to claim the boltle for free since it was not included in the sales contract and it is not a fixture.
You are correct they should buy it from you or you can claim it since it belongs to you.
Ok thank you for your help.
For this to have been included it would have had to have been in the sales contract and both parties signed.
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