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I am sorry for your situation. The best way perhaps would be a threatening letter demanding them back
, or else one would file for Writ of Replevin
Under RULE 4:61
, a Writ of Replevin may be issued by the Court upon request if a Defendant (them) is holding something that rightfully belongs to Plaintiff (you).
Often, the party will acquiesce and return the items to avoid expensive litigation
. An attorney's letter normally carries more gravitas, but let me know if you need a sample of such a letter.
For the law on Writ of Replevin, see here
. Normally, said writ applies to larger items, but nothing states that documentation cannot be attached, either.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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