Your landlord may dispose of worthless property or may give you notice by mail to remove your property. He or she may store your property and you must pay storage costs if you want it returned. If you do not remove your property in 30 days, it will be deemed abandoned and the landlord may dispose of the property in any manner deemed reasonable and proper. You may be required to pay storage costs and other costs accrued under the rental agreement in order to obtain your property.
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