Okay, so...we listed an old Sony television on Craigslist. The guy comes to pick it up, gives us the money and proceeds to carry it to his car. He gets to his car, opens the door and drops the tv. The tv (not the tube) breaks apart of course and now the tv is on the curb waiting for the garbage man. Should he get his money back. Yes or no?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:15 PM on Oct. 16, 2008 in Home & Garden
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Let's see... the guy gives you money for your tv, carries your tv outside, drops it and breaks it and then asks for his money back? If you give it back, he basically just came over to your house, picked your tv up, dropped it and broke it and then left. Giving his money back is absolutely insane. It would be like paying a thief when you discover that the thief has emptied out your house or has ruined your belongings.
It became HIS property when he gave you the money for it and walked out of your house with it. If HE dropped HIS television and broke it, that's HIS problem. You do not legally or ethically owe him anything.
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