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    Post: Larseny under Trust - MD Annotated code 7-102(a)(3)

    Posted by Jeannie Snyder on 11/11/07

    Me and my husband sold our home to his sister. At the
    time of the sale we had a "verbal agreement", which the
    Realtor can confirm that we could store some of our
    personal property at the residence until we had our garage
    built. This property was never listed in the sale
    agreement of the home. There was no time limits placed on
    the lenth of time we could store our property there. I
    have learned that my husband's sister has sold/disposed of
    this property as now she is saying that we abdoned it.
    She has basically just gotten rid of it. There are many
    witnesses that his sister agrees that we had this verbal
    agreement and that she in fact "got rid" of our property.
    She never sent us anything in writing asking us to remove
    the property from her premises and she never communicated
    to us that she was going to get rid of the property. Can
    we file charges against her for larseny under trust at
    this point? Can she be held accountable for disposing of
    our property without any consent? Please advise. Thank
    you. Jeannie Snyder

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