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abandoned property
An act of a tenant indicating that he is leaving the premises. An apartment empty for substantial amount of time with/without utilities turned off, the surrender of the keys from the apartment to the landlord, may be the indications of the abandoned property. Abandoned property examples may include personal property left unattended in the house after … Full Definition »

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