He has no claim on any of my items as he did not contribute financially towards them - they were moved in with me 2.5 years ago. The only 'proof' I have is photographs of some of the items in situ in my previous house. All the items were moved by a professional home moving company but I do not think they kept an itinerary. I do not have any of the receipts as some I have owned for years (and I didn't think it necessary to keep them) but overall value is under £10,000 I would estimate (I have started compiling a list) but their replacement value would be higher
Hope this helps
I suspect he might be inclined to try to keep them, as they are of nice quality and have been used as 'our' items since I have been there. He is of unsound mind (diagnosed as Bipolar) and I would therefore not reliably be able to predict how he will react. But I don't suppose it will be straightforward. I wanted to find out where I stand as far as the law is concerned so, going by what you have said, I may have to weather the storm and make arrangements whilst I am still living there. He may be completely reasonable but history suggests unpredictability. He is generally non-violent in my experience and I would be surprised if he destroyed them but, as I said, I cannot be sure how he will react.