A co-worker gave me couch when he was moving. He is moving again and wants it back. What should I do?

Answers:4   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-11-04 20:46:02  

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Dr. Greenthumb
Asked at 2012-08-07 09:15:46
He says he lent it to me and he "thought made ​​that clear ." I was quite clear when I said I would accept it only if he was giving . I was not in a financial position to pay for it . I would never agree to accept a short term couch. My house is not a storage unit. He gave away the couch because he moved to a new place with a roommate who had furniture so its not fit. Things did not work with your roommate so it is moving again and I think you need the sofa in her new apartment.

Thanks for your advice !
Answer1muleAnswered at 2012-08-07 14:34:02
Have the stupid couch
Answer2nicole gAnswered at 2012-08-08 09:38:03
Maintain and tell him to flex.
Answer3sufainAnswered at 2012-08-09 10:58:42
depends on whether you plan to stay friends with him after this, or if your friendship is more important than the couch , or the friendship will end when it reaches the couch .. and I think it should have a means of replacing them first, before I would consider getting rid of him at this point , so let him in on that and see if he can help her out .. and go from there .
Answer4M.A.Answered at 2012-08-11 11:40:04
I would say that is not what we agreed, it was not clear , there is nothing written , but if he wants his new sofa that can pay for your storage is for him.
Answer5JoveAnswered at 2012-09-19 20:36:02
I say keep it. MedlinePlus He gave it to you, and now is shit out of luck if he wants it back . MedlinePlus The end .
Answer6stupidAnswered at 2012-11-04 20:45:28
Charge him for storage
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