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Renee, Do you belong to a State or National storage association? If you do, you most likely could join the Self Storage Legal Network and get these questions answered very economically. As a storage
sorry for the late answer, California has a legal process which facilities must follow. You can read it here: http://www.storagetreasures.com/general-information/state-lien-laws/california#.
First I am not an attorney. That being said you are getting the advice for free. However if you have the contents of the unit you can make many choices. Answer these questions first: - Are you a
1) I am not an attorney, so this advice is not legal. You might have a claim if your CC was valid and the facility did not try to charge your card. This would be highly unlikely though. My guess is
The owners are required by law to take an inventory of the unit before they publicly advertise the sale. They can go into the unit and look around, take photos etc. As a storage operator we go into the