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01:23 Aug 31, 2010
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English term or phrase: fixture bars
Raise fixture bars to avoid rising water.


Actions to be taken by a store in the event of hurricane. Does "fixture bar" has another name?
Mark Chen
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2fixing/anchoring bars
Mara Ballarini
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Stephanie Ezrol

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fixing/anchoring bars

just wait for confirmation though :-)

Mara Ballarini
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Reference: fixtures

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bookcases, lighting, plumbing, etc., that are attached to a real property in a manner that (in view of law) it becomes a part of that property. Fixtures are sold and transferred with the real property, even if they are not mentioned in the deed. However, if the life of the article (such as a water pump or heater) is assumed to be less than the life of the building, it is classified as an equipment and not a fixture.


Fixture bars might refers to something that attaches fixtures to the ceiling. So raising the "bar" could refer to raising that.

Stephanie Ezrol
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Asker: Thank you very much Stephanie.

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