It is assumed that the furniture will be included in the sale of the house, unless it is expressly excluded from the agreement. However, chattels are personally owned movable property that is present on the land and must be explicitly mentioned in the agreement if it is to be part of the sale of the house. For example, if the seller agrees to include a refrigerator and stove or garden equipment in the sale, these items must be specifically labeled in the contract. In case of doubt as to the inclusion or exclusion of an article, the agreement should make this clear. . . .