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Oh no problem. I can do this online.
Are you prevented from collecting? Is he refusing to allow you to ?
Right but do you have an address already?
Thanks for the information.
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Generally speaking, it would be your duty to collect rather than his. He is under an obligation to make them available to you but not to deliver.
But if he has moved them to an address you don't know then that is different.
You could sue at the small claims court for the value of the goods.
Alternatively, you could seek an injunction forcing him to hand them over.
Either way you need to warn him. It won't come to that. Just send him one text/email that says that if he does not deliver up your property within 14 days you will sue him for the value/ seek an injunction at his cost.
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You can issue online but it isn't really a good idea because you want to recover the specific items.
It won't come to that anyway. Just contact him with that warning and he wil cave in or at least give us something to go on
Did he respond at all?
Ok, try it again and see what happens.
You can always report him to the police if he just doesn't respond. They won't act but they might warn him.