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Old August 1, 2012, 03:11 PM   #14
Tom Servo
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Chiming in a bit late, but I would be hesitant to send them to the mother, even legally. While it's doubtful you'd be held liable, he will have a good chance at access to them.

Depending on locality, he might have the right to expect to be reimbursed for the monetary value of his property, but there's no way it can be legally returned to him as it stands.
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