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Doesn't matter what you're dealing with. Vehicles, art, jewelry, coins, etc.
But if it's in a building or on a property leased to someone (who doesn't own the bricks) and the actual property owner takes back legal possession of the property for back rent or any other reason, what happens to your stuff?
Will you actually get your stuff back? And are you responsible for the costs (storage costs, legal fees, etc.,) to get your stuff back?
Could become a bit of a conundrum depending on who you're dealing with.
Oh I'm sure it would become a bit of a pain and cost some money. I did listen to the county attorney talk about a car that was involved in a drug case. Some guy called and complained because the City had kept a kids car for like 5 years. Basically the owners have to come forth and work with the City and the Sheriff to get their stuff back. Of course they knew nothing about this car.