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Old 05-12-2019, 02:57 AM   #11
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My roommate took all my dishes when she left. I really don't want to involve police or even sue for 200 dollars worth of stuff but that really is infuriating.
What was she thinking?
She wont answer any email or text at this point.

I don't suppose there is any easy solution?? Is there?
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Old 05-12-2019, 04:29 PM   #12
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My roommate took all my dishes when she left. I really don't want to involve police or even sue for 200 dollars worth of stuff
If you don't want to call the police and you don't want to sue, then you are wasting your time here.

By the way, if you sued, you'd only be entitled to the used value of the dishes. Pretty much garage sale prices.

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Sure, there is. Buy another set of dishes and get over it.

From now on, don't do roommate arrangements. They all seem to turn into nightmares.
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Old 05-13-2019, 04:42 AM   #13
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My roommate took all my dishes when she left. I really don't want to involve police or even sue for 200 dollars worth of stuff but that really is infuriating.
What was she thinking?
She wont answer any email or text at this point.

I don't suppose there is any easy solution?? Is there?
If you don’t want to bring the incident in front of law enforcement just forgive your roommate. Otherwise you should make a complaint with the local police make your roommate answer for the theft.
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Know who you rent to or with!!!
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