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Asked on: 5/04/13, 4:00 pm

Assume I store some of my furniture at a person's house and write up a short contract that says:

__name____ owns the following items: Sofa + description and picture, bed + description and picture. __name___is allowing __name____ to store the furniture at his home from May 10-August 20th for $__ and then will allow the owner to pick the furniture up on August 20th. Both parties sign the contract.

If the person who agreed to store my furniture steals or sells the furniture or refuses to allow me to take the furniture back, do I have legal standing to require that they pay me for the furniture?

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