If my boyfriend move outbut lefthis furniture, can I remove it?

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If my boyfriend move outbut lefthis furniture, can I remove it?

I asked him to leave because he was cheating.

Asked on December 7, 2011 under Real Estate Law, Michigan

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

If your boyfriend has moved out of the unit you were sharing but left his furniture, you can remove it by placing it in storage for safe keeping but cannot dispose of it unless your boyfriend has preferably signed a document stating that you can.

If you want the furniture removed by him, I suggest that you simply have him come by and pick it up. You do not want to have a situation where you improperly dispose of it where he then makes a claim against you for reimbursement of it.


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