yes that is correct
All I want is all my goods back and get my life back in order only then I can arrange to pay what I owe by some sort of arrangement. I have a new property now so just need my goods in the next 36 hours
Yes. In that case they are bound to give you and let you have that notice. In any event they should give you 28 days before removing or selling your goods.
If they refuse then you should email and say unless you have access within 24 hours then you will seek an injunction.
If they still do not then you should issue an urgent claim at the County Court by using form N1 http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n001-eng.pdf and N16 http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n016a-eng.pdf
You should ask the Court for a same day listing.
Once you have this then a Judge can consider whether they should either give you access or deliver up the items.
If granted and they otherwise dispose the Court may find them in contempt of Court which means they could be warned, fined or sent to prison
These are the forms and this is what you should do - Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thanks you, is there any way of a solicitor (yourself) contacting them as I have been trying for the last 4 weeks and getting no where. Also the contract which ran out in March 2013 and since has not been renewed has the 14 day clause in it
Yes, under the Bailment Act you should be given 28 days.
You may need to issue proceedings and seek an injunction using the steps I have advised above please.