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When you met with them and told them to remove their property, how did they respond?
Was there no agreement between them and your father? As there might be a verbal storage agreement and on how to end this?
I see, then what you did is correct.
After the verbal notice, you must also send a written notice and the 14 days notice is also ideal as most storage companies only gives a 10 day notice.
This would be just enough time for them to remove all their property.
Ensure to include that any item left behind will be disposed of and that they clean the property.
It would be better from the Letter, as it is easier to prove than a verbal notice.
And using the post for recorded delivery is a very good move.
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