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Whatever she may think of the terms of 'renting' - I would bet that you are protected by the local Tenancy Office (or whatever they call it in PA). Almost anywhere she can NOT summarily throw you out , or evict your belongings. I would go to the local police Dept first and find out more. - my best ...

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My renter abandoned property ,leaving all of their ...

Were your renters being evicted because of non-payment of rent? Had they been filed on or had they answered their dispo? If so and then they abandoned. Most states allow you to store rental contents for thirty days and then you can dispose of them. If no eviction had been set, then you had better ...