Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellant there was a brief and oral argument by H. J. Sanville of Milwaukee.
For the respondents there was a brief and oral argument by Ralph H. Schultz of Milwaukee.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
The most-important single fact in this case is that when the defendants leased the premises to the tenant as a "tavern" it contained a "bar." From this it is easy to conclude that there was an intention on the part of the tenant and landlord to make the new bar part of the realty and to leave it as part of the premises. When the tenant, who had been utilizing the premises for a period of four years, substituted a new fixture and discarded the old fixture...
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