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Thank you for the information and your question. Assuming that you and the other party cannot resolve this issue between you by, for example, a partial refund to you for the items taken, then you can file suit in small claims court for breach of contract if the value of the items taken are $5K or less. The process is fairly simple and the clerk of the court in the county where your property is will have the forms for you.
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Thank you for your reply. There are no other options other than the two I presented to you, so I am not sure why you might have expected that the process would be more complex. Also, of course, we don't know what you do and don't know when you ask a question and assume since you ask it, that you want an answer. The small claims court process is very simple, that is why I pointed that out. It is designed for these types of disputes. But, as I mentioned first, the best first step is to always try to resolve it between you and the other party. The would simply involve sending a certified letter, or making a call, letting them know what exactly was missing and exactly what you are looking for from them. In a letter that you send certified, that is usually the best way to go if you are going to have to sue since you can show it to the court, you can let them know that if you cannot work things out, you will exercise your legal options. Again, as mentioned in my first response, if you have questions, please ask. Otherwise, you have the options available to you and how to exercise them, which is the question you asked.