Anything that is fixed permanently to the house or land, such as baths and built in cupboards is normally sold as part of the property. However, the Seller may wish to remove certain fixtures and fittings. The Seller and Buyer should both know exactly what items are included with the property. If a separate price can be fixed for the furniture, carpets, fittings etc. it may be possible to reduce the amount of Government Stamp Duty you have to pay. That is why we ask that all items that are, or are not, to be included in the sale or purchase of a property are documented fully.