The concept of personal property typically comes into play at the time of sale. Things that are part of the house - bathroom fixtures, fireplaces, carpeting and such - go with the sale. (Unless specifically excluded, as can happen in the case of a dining room chandelier or other objects with which the owners have an emotional attachment.) Furniture, rugs, lamps and other portable items that are not "nailed down" constitute personal property, and are generally not included in the sale.
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