be immovable

See: remain, stay
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If any item, equipment, or machine is permanently installed in a building or construction and it cannot be moved without destroying or altering the building or construction, this item, equipment, or machine is deemed to be immovable property for purposes of determining the place of supply.
I am aware that both Roger Williams and Kirsty Williams, the MP and AM respectively for Brecon and Radnor as well as Mark Williams, MP for Ceredigion, have all been in protracted discussions with the director general of the RBL and his director of social services both of whom seem to be immovable on this position.
The tabernacle is to be immovable, made of solid and non- transparent material, and locked to prevent desecration (c.