My question involves towing laws for the State of: Kansas
Legally parked/registered/insured/parking decal(it was in the back left when should be in front right) in a marked spot for all residents. Violates nothing in the lease except the right to tow any car with 10 days notice. They put a sticker on the car the 5/23 then towed 5/24. Only 24 hours notice. Also never bothered to leave a note on my door, call me, leave something in my mailbox or anything of that nature since my car is registered with the front office. No reason it should have been towed in the first place. The car is not worth much with front end damage, and since I have a suspended licence I do not drive it. I have it moved by my roomates/girlfriend at least every 2 weeks. I do not want to pay $180 to get it out plus $30/day storage fee. I have the money, but don't see it financially responsible to get my car out since it's not worth much more. However, I do have personal property such as bank statements, pay stubs, legal documents, and various other things left in the vehicle. I tried to talk to the tow truck company owner about signing the title to him, but he was not in today. They also would not let me even view my car without paying the bill in full.
My two main questions are:
1. How can I hold my apartment complex financially responsible for towing my vehicle unauthorized?
2. Am I legally entitled to the personal property that is still in the vehicle? And if I sign the title over to the tow truck company am I still liable for any charges?
I know a considerable amount about the law having taken the lsat/being a poli sci major, but cannot seem to find a direct answer regarding Kansas.
I've been looking up information all day. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your time in this matter.