Guidance: Goods Left Behind after Expiry of Residential Tenancy
Guidance Note: Dealing with Property Left Behind by Residential Tenants
This Guidance Note: Dealing with Property Left Behind by Residential Tenants explains the rights that a landlord has under the Torts (Interference with Goods) 1977 Act to sell or dispose of possessions left behind at a property by a tenant, and how these rights can be exercised.
We strongly recommend that you read this Guidance Note before you make any use of the template Notice in this subfolder, or take any other steps in relation to tenants’ possessions which have not been collected.
Guidance and a template Notice are available for Commercial Landlords here . Guidance on various non-Landlord/Tenant scenarios can be found in our Business Folder here .
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