Plaintiff installed elevators in an apartment house under construction. The elevators were covered by a conditional sale contract with the general contractor. Prior to the sale of the elevators the apartment house had been mortgaged. Upon the contractor's default in payment for the elevators, plaintiff asserted his right to remove the elevators as against the owner of the apartment and the mortgagee. Held, the elevators could be removed. Otis Elevator Co. v. Arey-Hauser Co., (D. C. Pa. 1938) 22 F. Supp. 4.
Robert E. Sipes,
FIXTURES - UNIFORM CONDITIONAL SALES ACT - INTERPRETATION OF THE WORD "FREEHOLD",
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