An indoor shopping market has reopened its doors to shoppers following a dispute between the owner and landlord that saw it close for two days.
Traders and shoppers turned up to Plaza Malls, in High Street, Dudley, to find the doors locked on Thursday.
Notices were pasted up on the windows signalling a possession by the landlord Tryst Enterprises Ltd.
On Friday, the market remained closed while negotiations took place between owner Tony Swannie and the landlord.
But the doors reopened just after 3pm and traders retook to their stalls for business to return as usual. Mr Swannie said: “We had a small dispute with the landlord over a discrepancy in payments. Everything is sorted now.
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