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I kicked my 22 year old daughter out of my house and want her

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I kicked my 22 year old daughter out of my house and want her to come during daylight hours to get the rest of her stuff. I keep telling her to come get her things but she only tries to come late at night after 11pm. and only takes a couple of things at a time. What can I legally do to get her things off my property during the day and what is the time frame I have to wait before I can dispose of her things if she hasn't picked them up? I live in Georgia and there was never a rental agreement between us.
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You need to give her a written notice giving her 30 days to remove her property and you need to inform her the hours she can come and get her things and that she is to remove them all at once. Tell her if they are not removed by that date you will place all of her things on the curb and it is up to her to deal with those items. You need to do this in an actual letter to establish proper proof of notice.




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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I do not know where she is living. How can I get the notice to her?

The next time she appears you can hand her the letter and in that event you can give her 14 days to remove the property. As an alternative you can tell her you are boxing her things in a text message and that you are putting them in storage for 30 days and after that she recovers them from the storage place or they will auction them off for non-payment as you are only paying for the first 30 days and anything else is on her.
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