Hello and thanks for asking for me.
Are you able to summarise please? Thanks!
It would be breach of contract. This is common law and therefore there is no statute.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
There is no law. That is because contract law (which is what this is) is common law.
Therefore there is no written Act of Parliament or Statute.
We are a common law country, so most of our laws are not Act's
Does that clarify?
What woukd satisfy me is : my 'letter before action' draft annotated by you at the beginning of each bullet point with what possible contravention the act is, for example Data Protection Act 1998 S1 3(56)
You can't do this and it can not be provided. This is because as I have said the UK is common law. Therefore breach of contract there is NO act of Parliament, like the Data Protection Act. It has evolved over time.You just need to say that you have an implied right to use the cupboard given the length of time and by not doing so they are in breach of contract.
That is all you need to put - nothing else