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Good morning. At this point, what you will need to do is give the tenant a written notice to remove his possessions on or before a certain specified date. Let him know if he fails to remove it, you will dispose of it. If you need to rent the place in the interim, you can remove the possessions to a storage facility elsewhere at the cost of the tenant. If you do so, you want to include that in your written notice to the tenant.
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