Me and my girlfriend moved into a flat in a very newly built appartment block (2 bedrooms, kitchen/dinning room/living room combined) in March-ish. It was completed 3 weeks or so before we moved in. When we first looked round with the letting-agent, the landlady's stuff was strewn all about the place, including wigs, several pairs of shoes, several unpaired shoes, a half dis-mantled sofa, which we thought was odd...but we saw past that..and we've now made it our home. The letting-agent said the landlady had been living there, but I think it was more likely she and someone she knew were just crashing there.. Since we've moved in, we've paid the rent, living here quite happily, but receiving lots and lots and lots of letters. Lots. Addressed to the landlady, plus about 5 or 6 other people who we've never heard of. They couldn't have lived here before her as it wasn't built then. As is our duty (laid out in the tenancy agreement) we've been dropping all these letters off at the letting-agents. But we've found out recently that the landlady is "out of the country" and she hasn't received *any* of the post we've left at the agents. A lot of the letters have been bank statements/credit card statements, bills for utilities (made out to The Occupier, separate from our utilities bills addressed to us), bills for a storage company. This has been concerning me for a while but in the last couple of weeks, we've had 3 *letters* for her that have required a signature..which is disconcerting, as the only letters I've heard of that require signatures are serious ones...My girlfriend however placated me and said I was just being melodramatic... Today, I opened up the mailbox in the little downstairs lobby after getting in from work...sorted out the mail for me, and opened the first two..bills, I opened the third one, and realised it was for the landlady. It's from some company working on behalf of a private mortgage company saying that they're working on helping her to pay back the money she owes, and that they've tried calling at the house but that she wasn't in...could she call them... Help. What do I do? Who should I speak to? I'm planning on speaking with the letting-agent tommorrow...what else can I do? Luckily, my girlfriend's working til 6:30 all this week, so hopefully I'll be back before her if anyone calls by again, but we're going away to cornwall on saturday, should I be concerned that we'll come back to find all our stuff gone? Really stressed.