Only if the landlord goes to the magistrate and has you served with a distress warrant allowing her to hold your property. Some property cannot be taken. If you are served with a distress warrant, you should see a lawyer immediately. If you move out and leave some property, the landlord does have to go to court to hold and sell your property.
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