Augusta, ME asked in Consumer Law and Contracts for Maine

Q: Hello my name is Ashley, I asked Aaron’s to get there stuff 6 months ago and they have not can I legally keep it?

Aaron’s closed its rockland maine shop and I asked them to get there stuff Because I was selling the house and they said they didn’t want to cause they are closing to and to ask another Aaron’s company to collect it so we did and basically got the run around anyways I have received many calls from Aaron’s stating that I have a outstanding bill and I keep telling them that they need to collect there stuff and have told them repeatedly to where it is and I keep getting We will get back to you they even exsclaimed they put urgent on the paperwork where my place was being sold and it’s been 6 months. Can I leagally claim the items as a payment for a storage fee since I have stored it for 6 months going on 7

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Fred Bopp III
Fred Bopp III
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Yarmouth, ME
  • Licensed in Maine

A: If you have a landlord/tenant situation, you want to review this:

If not, I suggest you review this:

If this was a rental-purchase situation, you will want to review this:

Finally, you should always review any written documentation you have concerning these transactions.

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