Many thanks for your patience. Obviously this is a far from ideal situation as you have someone else’s property on your property and it needs to be removed. In the circumstances, there are several options available to you:
1. Arrange for someone else to take it down and you can then store it until the original owner collects it. You can also give them notice you will disclose of it after a certain amount of timer if they do not collect it
2. Take it down yourself, although that may be difficult, depending on its size
3. Contact the owners to advise them that you will be charging them a daily storage fee until they collect it, hoping that it prompts them to remove it
4. Obtain a court order for specific performance, requiring them to remove it – however, in the end this is still only a piece of paper and can only be enforced with their compliance
There is no simple solution unfortunately and you may have to try one or two at least before you get anywhere. If it was me, I would set a deadline for removal, state that a daily storage fee will be charged in the meantime if not collected and that eventually you would get someone else to take it down and take it away and you would have no liability over it as you have given them ample warnings to take it down themselves.
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