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Theft From Building In Westfield TWP.


5 comments :

Anonymous said...

If they were evicted then they are supposed to take ALL of their belongings with them on the day of the eviction. If they leave anything behind, especially almost a month later, the items can be legally discarded.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, they can be discarded by the landlord. If, however, someone broke in and took them, then it's a theft. No brainer.

Anonymous said...

3:25:00 PM Either way you don't leave all of your stuff there once you are evicted. Evicted doesn't just mean the people are evicted it means the people and all of their stuff need to go on the day of the eviction. I'm not condoning theft but if someone breaks in and steals your stuff, then it is your own fault for leaving it behind. Also, any property left behind after that long becomes the property of the landlord to do with as they seem fit. It should be the landlord filing theft charges.

Anonymous said...

9:30, I absolutely agree. Although it is theft if it's a break in, the former tenants are definitely not justified leaving their crap there after the eviction. As a former landlord, I can't count how many times people left all sorts of stuff and had the nerve to ask me about items months later. Duh, like, it ain't a storage unit and they ain't paying. People!

Anonymous said...

10:43:00 AM I am a landlord too and have gone through the same thing with tenants thinking they can leave stuff behind and come back later being surprised that it's no longer there. Our rentals are not their personal storage facility for free once a person leaves.