Hi, First time here. I'm hoping someone may be able to give me some general information on what is probably a pretty simple question. I am in dispute with a landscaper who has recently performed work on my property. I have refused to pay an amount of several hundred dollars to the landscaper on the grounds that certain work was defective. The landscaper and I are unable to agree on who should bear the cost of the defective work. In correspondence I received a few days ago, the landscaper has suggested that he would be entitled to remove materials from my property if the amount remains outstanding. The disputed amount has only been overdue for a few weeks. He can only be referring to 2 large glass panels which are part of our new pool fencing. These expensive glass panels are extremely heavy and would require at least 2 men to lift and carry away. I have no intention of intervening in the event that the landscapers attempt to remove anything from my property. I am reluctant to engage any legal advice as the amount in dispute seems so small and the responsibility for the defective work is not in question. I believe the case is straightforward and have indicated my preference for the dispute to be decided by an independent body such as the QBCC or QCAT. If he attempts to enter my property and remove the glass fencing, is he required to produce some type of legal document first? Should I contact Police as they are attempting to remove the fencing, or record photographic evidence and contact Police afterwards? I would be grateful for any help you can provide me. I also intend to contact my house and contents insurer to seek their advice. Many Thanks.