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You need to first give a written notice to your Tenant regarding the cars and your intention to have the cars towed if they continue to remain there. Give the Tenant several days to speak with the subtenant. If the cars remain after you have given the Tenant the courtesy, then you would have the cars towed.
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You cannot remove them dispose of them without a court order.
You should contact the tenant and ask them to remove the cars or you will get an order from the court and they will pay the costs.
This should all be in writing.
If they do not do as you ask get an order from VCAT and then you can remove them without an issue or exposing yourself to any claim.