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Q: What can I do and where do I start? Is this legal?

In Douglas county Oregon I moved my stuff in a storage unit in June 2021 that was owned by a friend of a friend. It was agreed I would pay $60 a month and I ended up paying for three months the day I moved everything in just because I had the extra cash at the time. we never wrote anything out and I was never given a contract or even receipts for that matter. The owner and i became friends and it didn't seem to be an issue at the time. I ended up moving out of town in April of 2022. And when I came back to pay my storage on may 1 2022 I was greeted by the owners brother (whom I was also friends with) and told that the owner died and he would be taking over. He said he knew his brother didn't do thinks traditionally but he was going to. So he had me fill out a paper with my contact info and emergency contacts. I paid for a month and he wrote me out a receipt but did not sign it. Because I was living outside of town my father sent me money to pay for four months of rent before I went hom

1 Lawyer Answer
Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
  • Probate Lawyer
  • Portland, OR
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: With no question posed, there is nothing to respond to.

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