A nice point.

  User-AAE8A2A1-F803-4ACB-B9F96B4C0B5B570C 19:07 07 Jan 2006

The other day as i was going out, a courier delivered a package for which i signed and put in the kitchen until i returned home. When i got back, my address was on the outside but there was a letter with a box inside the wrapping. The letter was explaining why the package was being returned to the customer. The address on the letter was for hampshire which is at the opposite end of the country to me. would you be entitled to keep the contents? The point is academic as i have contacted the company concerned and they are sending a pre-paid returns label. In this situation, if the contents were valuable/useful, there must be temptation to keep the contents.

  stalion 19:12 07 Jan 2006

you are entitled to keep the package, though not advisable, as long as you do not open it

  stalion 19:14 07 Jan 2006

sorry I should have said as long as you do not open it if addressed wrongly or do not use it if wrongly addressed to you

  spuds 21:36 07 Jan 2006

Unsolicited Goods and Services Act 1971 would not apply in this case.

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