Better check with the police of your city and find out your legal obligations...

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If the furniture is any good.....well, there's your rent.<br />
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If it's crap, at least you've got wood for a bonfire(hope it's wood).

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Don't put yourself in the position to get sued, what you're roommate did was wrong but keeping his stuff could get you into serious legal trouble. I would write him a letter detailing what he owes and state that he can have his possessions once he pays the balance. Most states would consider him a tenant even if he's not on the lease. In my state a person is considered a tenant if they receive mail there.

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keep it

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