If a co-owner places the tinker table in the east orientation, the co-owner cannot redeed it using an axe. You get the message that you did not place it, so you can't re-deed it. The bathtub seems to be re-deedable by the co-owner that placed it, regardless of which orientation it is in when the attempt is made to redeed it. Also, co-owners can axe and re-deed the bathtub and the tinker bench even though they were placed by the owner of the house. If a friend of the house tries to redeed these items, they get the message, "Since you are not a (co)owner of the house, you cannot destroy this." This message does make it sound like it is intentional that co-owners can redeed at least some deeded items. If so, it might be a good idea to publicize this change so people are aware that co-owner characters might be able to take certain deed items that they didn't place.