Product Code: F076
If a tenancy has been ended one way or another (abandonment, surrender or notice), sometimes tenants leave items and possessions in the property which puts landlords in a difficult position because the landlord must take reasonable care of the items.
Under the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 a landlord may serve a notice imposing an obligation to collect the goods within a specified time and this notice is for that purpose. This notice must be completed alongside reading our goods left at property article and should also be accompanied by the notice to sell goods too.
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