FF&E (Furniture Fixtures and Equipment) applies to tenants or occupiers of space in terms of their specific requirements to operate a company or business. The type of company will determine if, the tenant or occupier only needs furniture to outfit the space, or a traditional office tenant required cubicles or office furniture.

With a healthcare practice, manufacturer, a restaurant or even a construction contractor needing industrial equipment, those tenants will require specific fixtures and specialized equipment that are and required for them to successfully operate and serve their clients.

When the tenant vacates the premises at the expiration of a lease, most leases, allow for the tenant to remove and take with them their FF&E. There may be some exceptions if fixtures or equipment that gets attached to the premises and it can become the property of the landlord at the end of the lease. It’s important to determine what belongs to the tenant and what belongs to the landlord.

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