The landlord had a dumpster and threw out all of the tenant's property even though the eviction was dismissed. The judge told the landlord during court to allow tenant entrance (because the locks were changed) and that he owed him restitution.
IF the eviction was dismissed, then it is likely that the landlord had no right to remove the tenant's property. The only way to tell for sure is for the tenant to review the entire situation with a local landlord-tenant attorney. Good luck.
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