Unless the lease states otherwise, the Tenant is generally required to leave the leased premises in the same condition as when the Tenant moved in, subject to reasonable wear and tear. If the Tenant renovates its premises according to a requirement in the lease or with the permission of the Landlord, they will usually be able to leave the leased premises in the renovated condition, provided that there is no damage to the property. In general, fixtures (other than trade fixtures) and leasehold improvements installed by the Tenant become the property of the Landlord. However, if the lease stipulates that the Tenant must remove them on termination, the Tenant is also responsible for ensuring that any damage created upon such removal is repaired. If the Tenant damages the property, leaves the leased premises in a condition which causes the Landlord a financial loss, or does not comply with the terms of the lease, the Landlord may be able to sue the Tenant.