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Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Lili K replied 8 years ago.
Hello Bird,
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Elizabeth
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
I'm sorry, this is the 3rd time I'm typing this question. I just broke up with my boyfriend of 4 years and there are somethings he feels he is entitled to. 1. I bought a 50" TV, because he just opened up a checking account and couldn't charge over $500. The TV was $907.35 and he paid rent that month, because I didn't have the money, since I bought the TV. My half of rent is $407.50, if he wants the TV would he be responsible for paying me the additional $500? 2. He also gave me a stereo for christmas that he now wants back; should I just give it back to him so he will leave me alone? 3. We got a cat that he paid for, but I have been paying for the food and litter. Is he entitled to the cat?
Expert:  Lili K replied 8 years ago.
Hi Bird,
I think this question is in the wrong category. I am going to send it to the appropriate one.
Elizabeth
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Thank you for your time.
Expert:  FLACORPLAWYER replied 8 years ago.

1. If he wants the TV he has to pay you for the other half.

2. If you want rid of him more than you want the stereo give it back. Legally, it was a gift and you own it.

3. You have as much right to the cat as he does. And possession, as they say, is 9/10ths of the law.

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Experience: 23 Years as attorney, licensed NY and FL. Former US ATTY.
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