I did not receive all my property,when the sheriff's were there. I did not know it was happening, until I received a phone call from a friend. I could not make it was having a bad day ,I have MS. This was a business eviction. Court date is on 04/07/17 to settle what he thinks I will owe him.
The short answer is that the landlord cannot keep your personal property. At the same time, however, you cannot store your personal property at the space you were evicted from. Your inquiry uses the word "keep." That suggests that the landlord still has the property. You should consider filing a counterclaim for replevin.
Many leases have a section entitled "Disposition of Personal Property" or something similar. If you still have a copy of your lease, review it and see if you can locate that section. If that section exists, it should detail the landlord's notice requirement/procedure for disposing of tenants' personal property. Wis. Stat. § 704.05 also outlines the statutory requirements in the absence of a written agreement to the contrary.
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