My name is Alex Hughes and I'm happy to help with your question today. I need to ask you some preliminary questions to be able to help you.
Is the sale complete? Have you exchanged contracts and completed on the sale?
OK. Why was your property not removed before the buyer moved in and the keys handed over?
You have not finished the sentence. Please clarify why you personal effects were not removed before the keys were handed over.
I'm sorry I do not understand what you mean. Please explain the problem clearly.
OK. So you loaned the contents to the buyer and now you want those items back?
I see. So the buyer has breached an agreement that you had in relation to your property. In this case you will have to start legal proceedings to enforce your rights. The first step is to the send the other party a letter of claim setting out the basis of your claim and what you are asking the party to do. If they do not comply with the letter then you will have to start a Court claim for a) breach of contract b) damages for losses you have incurred c) restitution of your property d) associated costs. You may wish to employ a solicitot to write the letter and commence proceedings on your behalf.