It is in writing (email) with instructions on where to pick up the items/return the items, and the person has also agreed to return the items, yet has not. I even have a recorded phone conversation wherein the person states the items would of been returned this a.m.mountainpass said:Unless it's in writing....I'm thinking learning issue.
Not a friend.Nullifier said:Repeat after me:
I had some money and a friend.
I loaned my money to my friend.
I lost my money and my friend.
Now say it again, but instead of the word "money", name the item you loaned your friend.
Appears O.C.G.A. 16-8-4 may be applicable, what I loaned is utilized in the farm industry.gunsmoker said:If it's criminal, it sounds like Theft by Conversion. This is what people get charged with when they rent something (a rental car, a movie from Blockbuster, some tool from Home Depot....) and never return it.
But Theft by Conversion is only a crime if and when the person forms an intent, in their own mind, to keep the item and use it as if it were their own.
And it's only a felony if the value of the thing is over $500.
See O.C.G.A. 16-8-4.
Certainly, it's a civil matter at the very least.
If you had an agreement, then it's a breach of contract civil action.
If you didn't have an agreement that is even close to being a contract, you could call it a trespass to chattels, or intereference with personal property.
Maybe he should have enough sense to know that HE sent ME the Evidence needed.......or so I hope. :roll:DJGibb said:Maybe you should advise him of said emails and recorded conversation and maybe he will wise up and save himself the court time?
It appears that it does.pml said:Well done.
Apparently the system works.