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sp0ildbrt1
How long do i have to store a roomates belongings at my home after they have moved out?
I had a friend who moved in with me for about a month. She didn't pay rent or any utilites she moved out a week ago. But all of her belongings are still at my house. How long do I have to give her before II can get rid of her things?



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Just Me
Make an attempt to contact.. If you can not make contact then put an ad in the paper stating that if the stuff hasn't been picked up within 30 days it is out the door. There is a saying that possession is 9/10's of the law. Typically if after 30 days they haven't came to get it and you have done all you can to make contact, the stuff that was left belongs to you to do with as you please.

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jagannath_kr
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When she left the place, it is all over, she cannot claim anything.
You can keep them as long as you wish or start using them, if they are useful. or Give away those things to some charitable organisations.
or sell them for the money she owes to you to compensate your loss.
As all are selfish and self-centered, you can't help it. You cannot call such people as friends. They are time-servers.

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A J
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you have no obligation to keep it at all she wasnt paying rent

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LittleBarb
A week is not that long.... did she SAY she would come back for the stuff? I'd give her 2 weeks then call her or go see her and ask if she plans on coming to get it... and let her know a time frame you will accept and say that if she doesn't come by such and such a date, you will toss all her things in the garbage.. and it's LEGAL

I truly do NOT feel there is a legal issue here because this friend was NOT a part of any rental agreement, she was TEMPORARILY staying with you --it was HER obligation to take her things---by abandoning them, they in fact become YOURS after 30 days and you have the right to do with them as you wish.

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Collette L
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Find out her new address and send her a certified letter telling her she has 10 days to get her things or they are going to be donated to charity.

Give it 5 days and if you don't hear from her give her a call and at the end of 10 days donate her stuff.

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fla
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only as loing as their rent is paid in advance.

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phattybiggums
You need to get in contact with your ex-roomate and give them a certain date and time to pick up the things. Make sure you have a witness to this. If they don't pick it up in at that time, you can get rid of it. One more thing make sure you make it clear that if it is not off the property on that day you will dispose of it. Then go from there.

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Jennik
As far as I know, you can boot them now. I personally, would call and tell them they had a week and then the things would be gone. You are not a storage unit. Sometimes people can take advantage of others and this maybe the case.

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John M
contact the police or place a add in the local paper then sell them

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imintowater
You have to make 'reasonable' efforts to contact her. After 30 days you can put her things in storage and sue her for the cost in small claims court.

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Roman C
As long as you told her she could keep it there. Tell her you need them gone soon.

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keithcd60
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If she didnt pay rent or anything and wasnt on your rental or lease agreement then whats to say she was there,? If your a landlord your sposed to store for 21 or 30 days,, but since she left a week ago you can consider it abandoned property, My brother just went thru the same thing except it was a rental house and the guy walked away and left a sweet looking 71 Chevelle and a bunch of other crap,

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David M
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Contact them and tell them they have 7 days to come get their stuff.

If they ignore your request, suggest contacting AMVETS, Purple Heart, Goodwill or a local church to find people who will appreciate your 'friend's stuff' more than your friend does.

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Lúta
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Call her up and tell her to get her stuff out. You aren't a storage rental unit. Tell her she has one week to get her things out. One week is plenty. Let her know that after that week you'll move everything out. Drop it off at a second hand store. She should be able to get her stuff out before you have to resort to that.

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jmax
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I,m not sure but i would keep her stuff until she pays you what is owed,You could allways give it to charity

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Chulis
Why did you post your questions here?

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nextelfan25
I think by law 30 days, but I would check on it to be sure. To be on the safe side, because you don't want to be on Judge Mathis over this..lol

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M45goi89
30 days.

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He Who Knows All Answers
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throw her **** on the street and tell her its rdy for pick up

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dol
Depends on your patience. If the things she left do not disturb you at all, why bother? But if they do, I mean, disturb you, then, call your friend and inform her of your predicament. Give her a definite period, let's say one week from the time you called. If after the lapse of the time given to pick up her things, she failed to do so, then, you are justified to get rid of her things.

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Happy Heart
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I'd give her a courtesy call...tell her that she needs to pick up her things by a certain date..or your going to sell them for her part of the rent and/or utilities...If you don't want to do that then just tell her you're going to sit them out the front door..if she wants them then she'll come get them and if she doesn't...trash them, sell them, or give them to goodwill..

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wynter
What does this have to do with marriage and divorce?

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ramasinc
Depending on your state and whether you are considered a landlord or simply a roommate you may or may not have have any responsibility for the belongings. If you opt to put the items in storage and then seek reimbursement from the roommate you face the possibility that she may not meet that obligation and you will be responsible to the storage facility. Apart from your legal responsibility your moral responsibility may place a burden on you if the items are of actual or intrinsic value to your roommate. However, the circumstances of her moving and whether or not you made it difficult for her to stay or constructively evicted her , e.g. charging high rent, too much noise, conditions too dirty etc, are issues that you have not addressed in your query and may impact on your moral responsibility to keep the items until the issues are resolved.

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McCain08
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If this is a close friend are you still in touch with her?
let her know you want her stuff OUT.

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anmol26jun
All depends on you.

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Straight is Great!
I do not know what your state laws are, usually 30 days with formal notice. From there you must store them for a certain period of time and inform them of the storage fees in the notice. During that time you may charge a reasonable rate for storage and they must pay it before they claim their belongings.

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today....if she doesn't come, get rid of them. It's not your responsibility.

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Arthur A
I believe the law in many states would be 30 days. Check with your Police Dept. to be sure and not get sued for throwing away her belongings without giving her enough time.

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msverychocolate
CHECK YOUR STATE, AND FEDERAL LAWS BEFORE YOU GET RID OF HER THINGS.

GOODLUCK!!

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dragonfireresurrected
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typically 30 days
make attempt to contact them
after that you can throw their stuff away

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hagertygal
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First off, if there is no mention of her name on the lease, she is not a legally binding tennant. BUT...if she is receiving mail to your adress, you have a different situation, regardless of lease or not. If she has mail such as bills, credit cards, bank account statements, etc...or has your place listed on her driver's license, then you have to follow different procedures. First off, find out where she is currently residing. Then, send her certified mail, return receipt requested. State only facts in the letter. Make sure it is dated. State the date she came to stay with you, and the date she moved out. Give her ten days to respond with a date she is going to come and remove her belongings. After that, send another certified mail, return receipt requested, saying she has 30 days from the date of the letter to remove her belongings or you will consider them abandoned, and dispose of them as you see fit. Make mention that this is the second letter you are sending, and that you have not received a response from her. If she HAS responded, and given you a date, make mention of that in the letter, that you are confirming the date, and expect her to make arrangements to retrieve her stuff. If you go to any and all lengths to make her stuff available to her, and she does not come and get them, but you have proof you tried to accomodate her, you will be fine. Even if she sues you, no one is going to make you responsible, being that you had no malicious intent. Obviously her stuff was not very important to her, and you cannot be expected to be a storage center.

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