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If you have not signed it then you are not bound.
You should advise them that you did not sign any deed of release and if they are relying on anything to provide you a copy of what they are relying on.
The diary is an issue. They can argue the appointments etc are created during the employment and they own it.
It may be a gift to you but using it for your work and having details of meetings etc they can legitimately argue it is their property.
You have nothing to worry about if you did not sign any agreement.
Have you asked them for a copy