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  1. Can anyone cast any light on this My previous landlord has disposed of some expensive goods I was unable to remove from the property when I left. I have been trying to make arrangements to have them collected. I was sent a letter saying that if they had been removed, I owe charges for this, and if not collected within 7 days of the date of the letter, would be disposed of. There was no information on the letter as to where the goods were, collected by or stored at. I replied within 7 days of receiving the letter, but have been told that as that was outside of the 7 days from the date of
  2. Hi all, Could some one shed some light to this issue I am having. Vehicle broke down, and I end up leaving it at the private car park (offices etc). Was hoping to pick it up next day, and did not report to the car park/offices security etc... (OK my fault here). But 16 days later I came to pick it up and was told that it was "disposed of". No further details or information given. Police and insurance would not deal since it was on private land. Can they even do that? is that lawful action? If so, could anyone point me to som
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