DearCustomer- Assuming he is not paying you to store the items this would not qualify as a bailment situation and is merely a favor you are doing. Therefore you have no obligation to store his items. From practical standpoint I would send him a certified letter stating that you intend to dispose of the items on (give a date) and that he is welcome to make arrangements to retrieve them before that date.
If he doesn't show then you can get rid of the stuff. If he sues you you will have the return receipt from the certified letter as proof that he was given ample notice that you were going to remove the items.
David Kennett - JD - Attorney at Law
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