Inventory of Goods and Proceeds of Sale: Residential Tenancies

Landlords use the Inventory of Goods and Proceeds of Sale Form to account for the sale or disposal of tenants’ abandoned property after it has been held in storage for 60 days. The form is part of the inventory of tenant’s abandoned personal property process. You need to submit the form along with Form B: Accounting of Sale of Abandoned Personal Property.

Use the Inventory of Goods and Proceeds of Sale Form to account for the sale or disposal of tenants’ abandoned property after it has been held in storage for 60 days. You need to submit the form as part of the inventory of tenant’s abandoned personal property process.

If a tenant leaves personal property behind after a tenancy (lease) has ended, the landlord can sell or dispose of this property after it has been held in storage for 60 days without being claimed by the tenants.

You need to submit the form, along with Form B: Accounting of Sale of Abandoned Personal Property within 10 days of selling the goods.

Who can use this form

Landlords need to use the form to account for the sale or disposal of tenants’ abandoned property.

Before you start

Make sure you have:

  • list of goods in storage
  • how you disposed of each item
  • amount you sold any items for

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