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View Diary: It keeps happening: Faceless Bank's Repo Contractor hauls all of W Va. Woman's possessions to dump (279 comments)

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  •  They HAD Intent To Take Property Not Their Own (0+ / 0-)

    They knew perfectly well that the contents of the house were not mortgaged, and failed to store them for return to the owner.

    On the Internet, nobody knows if you're a dog... but everybody knows if you're a jackass.

    by stevemb on Fri Aug 30, 2013 at 10:00:32 AM PDT

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    •  Only if state law requires that. (2+ / 0-)
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      elmo, Pi Li

      If, under state law, when someone has been notified that a resident has moved out of a foreclosed home, then they can consider what's left abandoned and dispose of it, then you would not be correct.  

      If on the other hand, state law would require them to store what's left, then you would be correct.

      But even in the second instance, it's likely a civil lawsuit.  I don't know of any state that makes that a crime.

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