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if you are the lawful tenant and landlord has done this then he is liable to replace it.
There may be a clause in your agreement about him even entering which he may have breached
Check your agreement to see if and when he can enter, as that will assist. in any event, if you are still legal tenant of the property and he has disposed of your goods and good, he is legally liable. You can claim against him for replacement value.
in a worst case matter, he could have committed criminal act of theft and criminal damage to your goods and items. Tell him this and see if he will settle with you.
Your schedule is excellent. in the first case, yes, as simple as speaking to him, give a copy of your schedule and see what they say.
if they will not pay, then yes a civil action.
Come back after speaking with him if you need to look at a civil action I can then advise what to do,
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