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My brother was incarcerated charges but at the time was

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Hi my brother was incarcerated for theft charges but at the time was cheating on his wife and his girlfriend bailed him out while he was on strict conditions he was not able to work or go to his house his wife was looking at a mortage forclosure and had to declare bankruptcy and said i could buy his belongings from his shop on a payment arangment that was to be negotiated in the future but included a monthly payment of cash and or i could work it off as i am a nechanic by trade and plenty handy with almost anything after several months and alot of drama he has convinced the mortage holders to alow him to keep house based on whatever there deal was i have implicated the thungs i purchased into my business but now he wants the things back and has been threating me and drama drama drama what are my rights do i have to give it back as it took time and money to truck the stuff and set it all up theres some yard equipnent that ive put money and time into to fix and make usable aswelk as ive made payments but no actual contract or set payment plan or total dollar value has been set thanx for any input
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 8 months ago.

Who actually owned the items when you bought them?

And is he willing to pay you back what you spent on this?

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