The property has been moved on several occasions to avoid damp and air conditioning has been on constantly does that make a difference? If not do I have any other legal option or do I have to loose the rent and surrender all the assets? Some items were their clients and they were paid to destroy them securely but they are still here how do I stand on this?
Can you give me your view on the last point - Some items were their clients and they were paid to destroy them securely but they are still here how do I stand on this?
My last email to them at least a month before they went into liquidation read:
Please find attached the latest invoice for storage costs for your attention.
All other invoices shown on the attached statement are still outstanding and I have no option but to insist on payment before any further access to the storage area is allowed.
My final question is - Could the last statement I made in the email suggest a Lien?
Sadly not - the act is quite clear you can not deny access.
If you do, you run the risk of them obtaining a Court order and you would be liable for these costs and that could be around £5000/
I just don't want to you lose any more
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