Thank you Jo.
(Your answer to the following can, if you prefer, wait until the morning since it is becoming late)
Do you mean it will be difficult to enforce the illegality of my retaining / withholding property?
If I state "The property is available to you when the debt is settled and I have no intention to deprive you of it" do I thus remove any possibility of police involvement?
Things are relatively civil at present but I have all but invited Katie's mother and the slightly belligerent friend of the family, Tom, to visit. I think I should probably avoid that in case they turn up with a van! Yes?
Katie's mental health doctor asked earlier this week for her mail to be forwarded and I will do that forthwith when I am back in London.
There is as yet no Guarantor. Katie's father's brother, "Uncle David", is decent and lives in Birmingham but I have met him at the flat in London (where he frequently works) some time after Katie was first sectioned. He acknowledges that there are financial settle-ups required.
Is there a simple method with a downloadable form to cause him or the 'Friend of Family' Tom or both to become UK resident guarantors swiftly? Or another written method?
Am I going about this the wrong way?
Katie's family, with whom I have every sympathy owing to the medical issues with Katie, appear to have a tight schedule.