Disposal of unclaimed items

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Country: United States of America
State: Georgia

Ex has left stuff and some furniture at my place of residence for 7 months. I have given a 30 day written notice. A friend told me I could charge up to $2.00 a day for storage. Is this true? (He owes me about $2000 that I will never see).

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Not really--you can get rid of the stuff though--inform the police if and when you remove the items...
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