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The case of Clevenger v. Peterson Construction Company turned on the question of whether forty-four mobile trailers should be classified as personal property or fixtures. The trailers had axles, although they were without hitches or wheels. They were positioned on concrete blocks and not on permanent foundations, and were connected to utilities with flexible hoses. Which classification is more appropriate?


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