14:10 PM, 14th July 2022, About a month ago 9
My evicted tenant remains non-communicative and I’m just glad to have the empty property back. The neighbours now tell me a car in the communal private parking area belongs to the tenant. It has not moved for months and the keys are hanging up in the flat.
My letting agent wrote to the tenant and asked him to remove the vehicle with no response.
I’ve got a team starting next week on stripping out the flat and making it habitable for future tenants. They’ve offered to move the vehicle for me, but I don’t want to risk being accused of “stealing” it.
Does anyone know how to go about firmly establishing the car has been abandoned?
What do I need to do before I pay to have the vehicle taken away from private ground?
There is a second car in a public car park next to the flat, but I’m going to ignore that for now!
Any advice is welcome – I’m in Scotland.
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