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Q: is there something we can do?
A: You can sue the warehouse for breach of contract with regard to the invoice which is 4 times more than what was previously agreed. Before you get to that point, however, my suggestion would be to retain a local attorney who can send a demand letter on your behalf. The letter can state that unless the warehouse either (1) honors the agreement, or (2) allows you to remove your items to find a different warehouse, then you will be forced to sue. My guess is that the warehouse owner will agree to either (1) or (2) once he hears from an attorney, since the last thing he'll want is to be sued, especially if the facts are as clear-cut as this. It will likely cost a few hundred dollars for the letter, and then at least if you need to sue, then you have the attorney already prepared.
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