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The section on trade fixtures is not entirely accurate, they do not "always" have the right to remove them, especially after the lease is up or they are rightfully evicted. Someone needs to correc this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 67.42.66.112 (talk) 21:10, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

Not sure where to put this, so it can go here for someone with more imagination to sort out! In British sporting contexts, a fixture means a game on a set date between two sides (eg 2nd July: Liverpool v Manchester United), and the calendar published at the beginning of the season is called the fixture list (a term much more common than "schedule" in the UK). I'd put something up at fixture list but can't think of anything long enough to be more than a dicdef. Loganberry (Talk) 00:20, 12 July 2005 (UTC)

  • It's pretty far removed from the concept discussed on this page - is there an article on sports in the UK? -- BD2412 talk 00:42, July 12, 2005 (UTC)


I need some help here... i bought some property and the previous owners were given till the 10th of june to remove any property. But they removed some gates at the entrance to the property and destroyed some no trespassing signs. would these not be considered permanent fixtures?

  • Gates? Yeah, those are fixtures. Signs? Were they just stuck in the ground, or embedded with concrete or the like? bd2412 T 23:46, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
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