Trees, plants and growing crops, while they are attached to the land form an integral part of an immovable.
Trees and plants
- no matter what their size may be are considered real property
● by nature, if they are the spontaneous products of the soil, and
● by incorporation, if they were planted through labor.
- The moment they are detached or uprooted from the land, they become personal property,
● except in the case of uprooted timber, if the land is timberland because although no longer attached, the timber still forms an “integral part” of the timberland.
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