When i was a minor, i collected Pokémon cards, some were gifts from a variety of family/friends, some I got by trading to friends as well as buying them at yard sales or at the store, with money i earned. He doesn't dispute they belong to me. About 6 years ago my dad bought a new house and my... Read more »
Sometimes a practical solution is best. You could offer to split the proceeds of any sale with your father. If you give him an estimate of value, he might change his mind about storing something so valuable.
If he only has three binders, and if they are particularly valuable (a quick google...Read more »
Well, think about it from a big picture. While, it is true that they cannot damage your property, if they do damage your property you're only reliable remedy is a lawsuit against them. It is also true that your parents can evict you. Every familial situation is different, you might look back...Read more »
That could be malicious destruction of property - a criminal offense. But now hear this: you are over 18 years old, which makes you a tenant in your parents' home. They do not need to let you stay there. I would suggest you have a conversation with them about expectations, and if there is no...Read more »
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