You probably have to make a formal demand and if they are not returned, sue for breach of contract. If you are going to have an attorney represent you in the suit, best to have the same attorney prepare the demand letter to preserve a claim for attorney fees reimbursement.
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I agree with my colleagues, first write a letter and send by certified mail / return receipt requested in which you demand the return of the items listed in the contract. If the seller does not comply, sue them in small claims court.
I am not a TX attorney, laws vary from state to state, therefore you should always consult a local attorney.
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