Old furniture left behind
Tenancy Types and Management

Bristol girl
Bristol girl
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17 years ago
I had to evict a couple of bad tenants in September, for failing to pay their rent. One evening they disappeared into the night, leaving the house in an awful state.

They left behind a tatty old cot, a dirty baby bouncer and a couple of other small things which I was advised to put away for them. Despite several texts to them (before they changed their mobile number), they have still not made any arrangements to collect their things.

Does anyone know how long I have to hang on to their items for? After the mess they left my brand new house in, I am loathe to hang onto them for any longer than I am legally bound to.

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