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NO, my clients paid a membership to the old gym owner. I did not have any deal with new owner as gym has not opened yet. He told me not to charge any money while I was training during renovation. I believe the whole thing was a set up so I would not remove my equipment.
Yes I have receipts for some of the equipment. I have the copy of the equipment list that the old gym owner sent to landlord. I have the receipt from the fax that I sent to the landlord with my equipment listed when the eviction happened. Replacement value would be @ 30K. Current value maybe half of that. The gym is located in Nassau county, NY
The new gym is not operating now. As far as I know the equipment is still inside.
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Yes, this is what I believe to. I do have witnesses that where present when I spoke to the new tenants.
In your opinion will a "demand notice" get any response?
Would it or should it include a threat of a lawsuit?
OK Alex, Thank you.
Thank you, I have some people working on the matter. I believe Civil rights where violated at the eviction and my property was taken unlawfully.