United Kingdom: Abandoned Property

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When a tenant leaves goods at the premises at the end of its lease, the landlord may want to dispose those goods so that he can re-let the premises. In this article, Ben Lomer and Michelle Farmer, of Druces LLP's Dispute Resolution and Litigation Department, examine the law in England & Wales relating to abandonment and bailees, as re-stated in the recent case of Robot Arenas Limited -v- Waterfield and others, and discover that landlords need to take care before taking action that may lead to a claim for damages

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