Wrongful Interferance with Goods

A tenant who has vacated a property, particularly in a hurry, will sometimes leave items behind.

The landlord becomes, in law, the voluntary bailee of these items and needs to make sure they are safe. If a landlord disposes of those items, they could expose themselves to a claim for wrongful interference with goods.

We can advise landlords on the process to follow where a tenant has left items behind on vacating a property.

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