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Thanks for your question. I am a solicitor in Scotland. The answer to your question is that the tenant is not entitled to remove your furniture. That would be a breach of the lease. She has a lease for a furnished flat and cannot therefore remove your belongings without your consent. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited by JustAnswer for helping you today.
An interdict is not a user friendly process. You would need to instruct a solicitor to act for you. The judicial expenses are laid down by statutory instrument and would repay a high proportion of your legal fees and outlays.
An interim interdict is a court order stopping someone from doing something.
If your solicitor is up to it, within a couple of days.