Job gone sideways, client threatening lawsuit and media attention

The parent mentioned Abandoned Property. For anyone unfamiliar with this term, here is the definition:(In beta, be kind)

Personal property left by an owner who intentionally relinquishes all rights to its control. Real property may not be abandoned. See Adverse Possession. At common law, a person who finds abandoned property may claim it. To do so, the finder must take definite steps to show their claim. For example, a finder might claim an abandoned piece of furniture by taking it to her house, or putting a sign on it indicating her ownership. Many jurisdictions have statutes that modify the common law's treatment of lost or abandoned property. In the context ... [View More]

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