Gym & health clubs - Property stolen from car park

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Based on resolver’s experience to date, this is one of the most distressing experiences you can encounter. As soon as you suspect an item of property has been stolen, contact the gym manager immediately. You will also need to report the theft to the local police as soon as possible who will give you a crime reference number, which you should then pass on to your insurer.

The gym is unlikely to be responsible for stolen items, unless they have acted carelessly. If they have been careless, you may be able to claim on their insurance. Any notices limiting the gyms responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged items must be prominently displayed.

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Helping you with Property stolen from car park

Resolver covers the issue Property Stolen From Car Park for 17 companies and organisations: