I have been asked to look at this for you. The company cannot charge you after it has gone into liquidation BUT the liquidator can.
Whoever is charging you is the one that will be able to give you access.
Because of the difficulties of dealing with the liquidator, you might want to remove your goods from storage and find somewhere else.
Storage companies do not normally list the contents of boxes. It would normally simply say just that.
I’m not really certain what the problem is here because this should be quite straightforward.
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