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Emblements are things on a property that are classified as personal property and ownership does not pass together with the land when a deed is transferred.
The most common type of emblement is growing crops.
Suppose a tenant rents a piece of land and growing crops on it.
Should the landlord refuse to allow the tenant to renew the lease, the crops growing on the land are not the property of the landlord but remains the personal property of the tenant.
In this case, the tenant has the rights to emblements and has the legal right to harvest the crops for himself.