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Can they just keep it like that? That is still your property! Even if you don't live there.

It's okay, everyone! I am pleased to tell you all that Meghan Markle's wedding went off without a hitch. Except the one that attached the horses to their carriage.

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Can they just keep it like that? That is still your property! Even if you don't live there.

Nope, they can't. If it was sent US Mail, that's a federal crime. If it was a private courier like FedEx it's just plain theft.

No they can’t, it’s mail theft and it’s a serious problem, not that calling the police would help she wouldn’t get it back in time

It's okay, everyone! I am pleased to tell you all that Meghan Markle's wedding went off without a hitch. Except the one that attached the horses to their carriage.

Good thing it’s a nudist wedding.

Wait what? The package/ parcel has your name on it! It’s yours how can they keep it? Or not hand it to you? even if you’re no longer a resident of the complex, how is this possible or ok to do? Hope you sort this out

Surely something like that would need a signature? Or have your name on it so you can use ID to prove it's yours. Might be too late for the wedding which is shit but there's no way they can keep it. FYL!

Maybe the woman who took over your apartment can marry your fiancé since she has the dress already.

Bridesmaid dress, not wedding dress.

OP is a bridesmaid, not the bride.

I'm confused. Did you not know where you were moving to because there's a way to forward your mail. Weddings take time to plan; was the move that sudden that you couldn't send the dress to your maid of honor, or parents house instead? The dress is one of the first things you'd want to make sure it fits and will show up in time, but with the wedding the day after the dress' arrival making it seem you ordered it late it had many problems with it.

It's yours by law, they cannot keep it. blah blah blah, doesn't take a degree to know this.

Only illegal if its USPS as its government mandated. It's a dispute with UPS/FedEx if not.

It’s still illegal because it’s OP’s property.

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they're essentially breaking the (federal I believe) law, get the cops involved, they'll be forced to give it to you.

It's against federal law to keep mail that's not yours.