It's hard to say for sure because the property needed to be sold they had coke machines, brand new dishes by the case, cases and cases of cleaning supplies, creates and creates of new bedding, commercial rolls of angora yarn to make sweaters, make-up, office supplies by the case, cd's, new ice chests. It may have very easily been over the limit for small claims if that's what you are thinking. They worked everyday but 3 days in 16months empting this school out. The woman ran a charity and what she did was get all kinds of donations from all over the world to help the disabled children. She had walls and walls of this very expensive angora sweater supplies and computers that ran sewing machines which she was teaching these disabled children to make sweaters on. I know this woman she had several homes in where I live and one is just up the street she has garage sales every weekend and sells all of this stuff she gets donated.
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