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If they are obligated under the lease to provide you with a fridge and its useful life is exhausted as it appears in your case, the the LL has a duty to replace the fridge. If you buy your own fridge, since a fridge can be removed from the property without damaging it and since it is not typically considered a fixture, the fridge you buys should remain your personal property. To avoid any confusion, you may want to send a letter to the LL documenting the event history to date so that at move-out there is no issue of who owns the fridge.
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