It's his stuff, why do you want to give him a hard time about picking it up?
It depends on the language in the agreement, I wouldn't give him a hard time about it honestly.
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There likely is not a limitation of time unless so specified in your agreement.
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Hopefully you still have the items. If you can contact him, you might say
"if you don't pick them up within XX days, they will be considered
abandoned and will be donated to the Goodwill.
This assumes that you are somehow inconvenienced by storing them. If we're
talking about a few boxes in the attic / basement, don't be unreasonable.
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There is not a time limit for picking up personal property. As my colleague stated, if you were inconvenienced by keeping it in storage, you would have had to let him know and be reasonable about it. If you have the property, you have a legal duty to return it.
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