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  • Sorrel
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    OP how are you with boats? If its on your drive you might as well take it out for a sail...

    A Life on the Ocean Wave, a home on the rolling deep, where the scattered waters rave and the winds their revels keep
    Last edited by Sorrel; 19-07-2008, 08:24 AM. Reason: forgot a letter

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  • islandgirl
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    Mind the gap - doesn't matter really - i would pin it on the garage and on the boat if necessary and photograph it!

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    Please see thread entitled 'Disposal of uncollected goods' which I've just dug up and revived.
    It's http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...ad.php?t=11789.

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  • barbarab737
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    Thank you all very, very much. I will let you know how we make out. You have been very helpful.

    Barbara

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    There have been replies on this forum to similar questions (e.g. about ex-tenants leaving stuff after they've been evicted, or ex-partners moving out of conjugal home) but I can't remember what they said!

    Perhaps I will trawl through a few.
    Please see thread entitled 'Disposal of uncollected goods' which I've just dug up and revived.
    Last edited by mind the gap; 17-07-2008, 21:43 PM. Reason: wrong word

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by islandgirl View Post
    I would write to the person informing tham that you are giving formal notice under the Torts (interference with goods) Act 1977 that you intend to sell the goods if they are not removed within 14 days (this includes the boat). You can then deduct your costs and offer them the remainder. This usually works for me! I'll bet the boat won't be there on the 27th day....
    Yes but she doesn't know where the person lives, therefore has no way of serving this notice.

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  • islandgirl
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    I would write to the person informing tham that you are giving formal notice under the Torts (interference with goods) Act 1977 that you intend to sell the goods if they are not removed within 14 days (this includes the boat). You can then deduct your costs and offer them the remainder. This usually works for me! I'll bet the boat won't be there on the 27th day....

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  • mind the gap
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    I agree with Sorrel about the locks on the garage door, but it still doesn't solve the problem of the boat.

    There have been replies on this forum to similar questions (e.g. about ex-tenants leaving stuff after they've been evicted, or ex-partners moving out of conjugal home) but I can't remember what they said!

    Perhaps I will trawl through a few.

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  • Sorrel
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    Well in an ideal world and one that wasnt scrutinised by legal people on this forum I would advise you (not that I am) to change the lock on the garage. That would then force her to make contact with you and then you can give her some form of notice about getting the stuff shifted.

    Of course there may be legal ramifications to this and would never dream of advising you to do it but it would make it hard for her to ignore.

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  • mind the gap
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    Good grief! It sounds as if they have really been exploiting your brother's goodwill. Presumably the boyfriend does not pay rent to park his boat there? Perhaps one of the lawyers on this forum could clarify whether you can also have the boat removed (depending on its type and condition, there are educational trusts/charities which could use it in programmes for young people, etc).

    Someone abandoned their clapped out car on my dad's drive once and he towed it to the scrapyard himself where he got £50 for it. But I don't know whether the stuff on your property can be described as 'abandoned'.

    Ask the police?

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  • barbarab737
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    I am not sure what she has in there. It is a lot of stuff. Boxes upon boxes that are sealed, lots of books. suitcases with stuff in them. A lot. I do not know where she resides and neither does my brother. She just comes over to the garage every so often. Her boyfriend has a large boat parked in the driveway to the garage so that if and when the garage is cleared out I cannot park my car in there because the boat is in the way.

    Barbara

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  • mind the gap
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    Write to her by recorded delivery explaining that it is no longer convenient for her belongings to be in your property and that you would like her to remove them by x date (14 days is reasonable), or you will assume she no longer wants the items and will dispose of them.

    If she doesn't, I think you are within your rights to get rid. What sort of stuff is it, by the way?

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  • barbarab737
    started a topic Personal Property Stored in Garage

    Personal Property Stored in Garage

    My brother, who is mentally challenged, let a lady store a lot of her belongings in his house. Actually, the house is in the name of 5 siblings, but he is the only one living there. I am moving in with him and told her she had to get her stuff out. She moved it into the garage and will not move it out of the garage. I need the space in the garage. She has never lived in the house. She just has her belongings there. She does not pay any storage fees. Can I get rid of her belongings?

    Thank you

    Barbara

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