Friend sold all of his belongings as payment for helping to move
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QuestionCountry: United States of America
At work, I was transferred from Michigan to another state. I did not have much time to move, so I asked a friend to help. With my money, he rented a moving truck, and put all of my belongings into a storage unit. Now two months later, he tells me that he sold all my belongings because I owed him 200 dollars for helping me move, and even though I hadn't come yet to move my things to my new resident state, that's what I owed therefore the sale of MY belongings was justified. Can he do this? And do I have a case?