"At #commonlaw, a person who finds #abandonedproperty may claim it. To do so, the finder must take definite steps to show their claim. For example, a finder might claim an abandoned piece of furniture by taking it to her house, or putting a sign on it indicating her ownership." https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/abandoned_property "Under the Uncollected Goods Act, if the value of the property is less than $100, you need to give the owner 28 days' notice that you intend to dispose of the goods. You need to give three months' notice if the value is between $100 and $500, and six months' notice for abandoned property up to the value of $5,000." https://www.stacklaw.com.au/news/business-disputes/how-long-must-you-wait-before-disposing-of-abandoned-property/ How Can You Tell If A House Is Abandoned? Observing that a home has been left unattended isn't enough to presume that it has been abandoned. After the economic downturn, many people fell into mortgage arrears or found their homes were in negative equity and some abandoned their homes altogether. Although these homes may be empty, it doesn't mean they don't have an owner. In many cases, the banks have repossessed the house, and you may not have a valid claim. https://budgeting.thenest.com/claim-abandoned-real-estate-32741.html [We can lawfully start claiming things as abandoned at common Law!! Land, houses, cars.. just follow the law as it is written!] #Leviticus25_23 #FreeLand #RentFree

Posted by MalikaDulce at 2020-12-12 08:55:36 UTC