Can a friend or relative pick up my property?

They must have a notarized letter or a Power of Attorney, authorizing them to pick up your property and any Court Orders if necessary. In this case, the Court Order should indicate the Power of Attorney’s name.

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1. Where do I pick up my property?
2. When can I pick up my property?
3. What should I bring with me to pick up my property?
4. Can a friend or relative pick up my property?
5. How long must I wait before I am able to pick up my property?
6. Where do I obtain a court order?
7. My vehicle was placed on hold and I need to know when it will be released.
8. What information do I need to pick up my car from a contracted tow company?