You can take whatever is yours, just give them as much notice as possible. The other option is you can offer to sell them your stuff if you want to get new things, but you're not obligated to.
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28-05-2012 18:38 #11
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id let them know youre taking your things, and give them that time to get ready.
dont do what we did and loan them a fridge for 'a week' its been 9 years and counting!
28-05-2012 20:25 #13
I don't think there is an etiquette with this - you are more than entitled to everything that's yours and them theirs!
If you are really worried I would give them notice and maybe some info on renting or interest free deals on fridges if you think they can't afford a new one?
Surely though they realise the items belong to you? I don't think any normal person would expect you to keep them there!
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