4. G.R. No. L-40411 August 7, 1935 DAVAO SAW MILL CO., INC., plaintiff-appellant, vs. APRONIANO G. CASTILLO and DAVAO LIGHT & POWER CO., INC., defendants-appellees. DOCTRINE: Generally, machinery becomes immobilized when placed by the owner of the plant or property. This rule does not apply should the machinery be placed by any other person such as a tenant or usufructuary. FACTS: ● The petitioner company operates a sawmill in barrio Tigatu, Davao. ● Said facility contained both movable and immovable property (machines and other such implements). ● However, the land on which it is situated belongs to another person. ● The p arties executed a lease contract providing that upon the expiration or termination of such lease, the following shall happen: o The ownership of all structures and improvements introduced by the petitioner company shall be transferred to the respondents without any cost or obligation to pay. o The machines and their accessories shall not be included in said transfer.
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