Someone else is letting me store some of my personal property at his home. If anything gets damaged while the property is at his home, can I sue him for property damage?
I would doubt you could win a lawsuit unless you were paying them money. Might want to get some insurance.
If you are really concerned about your stuff, you should put it in a self-storage locker and pay the really cheap insurance you can get there.
This should not be considered legal advice, but rather simple information. You should consult a lawyer to review your unique situation. No client-lawyer relationship exists until you sign something indicating there is.
Doubtful. He is doing you a favor. He is not like a storage facility and serving as a bailee. Just like getting renters insurance to cover your personal property in an apartment, because the complex will not pay for damage to your personal property, you should either move things to a storage facility or get insurance coverage.
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