Anything that is attached to real property is known as a “fixture.” Fixtures when permanently attached to real property become part of the real property. Tenant’s fixtures are fixtures of a removable nature and are the responsibility of the tenant for insurance purposes. Whether a fixture is a tenant’s fixture and movable or a landlord’s fixture and immovable is frequently determined by the purpose of the fixture. A more accurate guide is generally found, however, in the lease itself or in an agreement between the landlord and tenant at the time of installation of the fixture. The tenant may have an insurable interest in permanent fixtures, particularly where the lease has some time to run during which the tenant would have the use of these fixtures.