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    Default What is considered a fixing in a house sale?

    We have sold our house and settle on Thursday so I'm currently cleaning and packing and just wondering if anyone knows - we have those suction shower caddies, are they considered fixings or can we take them?

    I don't mind either way just don't want to leave them if I don't have to and don't want to take them if I was meant to leave them.

    Our agent is on holidays until Wednesday so wanted to avoid bothering her!!

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    You can take them

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    If i was they buyer, i would assume they would not be there. They are suctioned on to the wall, they are not fitted or anything like that.

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    We just sold our house - settlement in 4 weeks, and we were told to take anything that isn't a regular fixture unless it is bolted down or specified in the sale contract.

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