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need some legal help with storage space. updated !!!!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by sweetk30, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    i have a friend i rent from. her 2 bay garage is my storage place for my show truck project. the other bay is full of junk that a guy has in there. she has told him asked him to many times to remove it. i dont want to rent to you anymore. his old payment was when something broke or needed fixing up he would do it for free for the most part. he sucks at it. and she has not had him do anything for over 1 year.

    i need the second space and she wants him OUT NOW . what can we do to get him out now?

    i have a dump trailer and know where he lives if this helps.:ignore:
     
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  2. chevyfumes

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    If they dont have some written contract I dont see why you cant load it up and take it away...
     
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    Did she think about taking himn to small claims court for rental space? If you are paying her, she could use those comparable amounts to show the judge. Thenjust explain to the judge that you would be willing to forgo any due monies if he would just get his stuff out by (insert deadline here).
     
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    X2, unless they have a verbal contract. Of course, that would take a while in court to settle.
     
  5. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    my payment is clean snow off driveway and take care of little thing. she is 80 someyears old she dont need to go to court. and he is not worth the time.
     
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    Put a lien on his stuff and get it legally.
     
  7. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    might all be worth 200 bucks to the perfect junk man.
     
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    In that case haul it off to the dump...........
     
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    my solution!..

    Umm...how bout..

    "Craigslist"!!!-- "FREE!!--contents of entire garage!!...bring truck!" :whistle:


    I see ads like that every day!...;)
     
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    The man has a point. Send him a return reciept certified letter (keep a copy for yourself) giving him 10 days to get it. If he does not, just take it to him rather than the dump. That will help to protect you if anything ever comes up.

    I wouldn't worry too much about court. Who would waste time in court over $200 worth of junk.
     
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    Talk to your local Sheriff's office about how to handle this. Don't mention names, just ask about a for instance at first, and if they seem helpful enough then get specific. They handle the civil end of court matters, and a simple verbal talking to him by a Deputy ("get your stuff out before I have too") is usually all it takes.

    Need help? Call your local Sheriff!
     
  12. sweetk30

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    well update time:

    i happen to know and be friends with the head sheriff in our county. he told me if no writen contract and has been told and sent letters that he is wrong. call him 1 last time and say you have 7 days to remove the stuff or it will be in your front yard with a tarp on it. and he cant do a thing about it.

    but he did say make sure you do the tarp thing as if it gets wet and trashes the stuff he might have a case. but then again he has been told 10plus times to get it out. so the judge would 99% say sorry your problem not theres. you had pleanty of time to remove it.

    so next thursday it looks like i might just move some junk to his house. :haha: :wink1: :D
     
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    Then hand him or send him the bill for your time and gas for delivery of his junk. :deal:
     

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