Michael T. Cupoli III
Michael T. Cupoli III, Real Estate Attorney - Manchester, MA
Posted over 2 years ago.

I would suggest you hire an attorney in Massachusetts to assist you if your belongings had some value. She may well be liable and owe you the replacement value.

Best of Luck,

Michael T. Cupoli III
The Law Office of Michael T. Cupoli III
978-526-9600
mike@cupolilaw.com

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Posted over 2 years ago.

I was the tenant, and fled out of fear because she had thrown me into a wall at one point. She devivered a Notice to Quit on the VERY evening after a contempt hearing, and has refused certified letters and returned priority mail to sender since March. I also sent First Class Mail. I have a feeling that she disposed of my stuff that has much value, but never notified me. She DID have my phone numbers and my sisters had my email (she does not use computers), but did not have a new address, because I was deemed homeless in my new state. She did never call to try and find out how to notify me if they were being stored. My only income is SSDI and she knows I am disabled. - edit

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Posted over 2 years ago.

Is there a time frame the court looks to?