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Goods left on the premises

Question Scotland v Solomon [2002] EWHC 1886, ChD, D Kitchin QC sitting as a Deputy. (Solicitors Journal, 4 October 2002, LawBrief). What does a landlord do with goods left on the premises after the tenant has left? Can he throw them on the street? Can he sell them? Must he look after them for ever? This case was actually concerned with a charging order. D had been awarded costs of 40,000 and enforced the order against C by charging order.…

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