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in the summer of 2007, as we camped at Pymatuning Reservoir at the western edge of Pa., 2 very nice canoes were stolen from the beach right next to our campsites. Doc's and Frank's canoes, both high end ( a carbon Magic and a carbon Prism) were gone in the morning as we all awakened to this travisty. One has been located recently..... go to MYCCR and look at Mike McRea's new post about it. How neat. Now I wonder if the insurance company will own it or whether one of the owners will have to claim it and reimburse the insurance company.... Tried to be sold on E-Bay recently....
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Posted by: Yanoer on May-25-14 12:24 AM (EST)
So nice to read stuff like that.....|
Posted by: bigspencer on May-26-14 10:16 PM (EST)
Good to read news like this on the tailend of a Memorial Day wkend...
What's the deal with stolen goods?|
Posted by: Kocho on May-27-14 11:04 AM (EST)
I am curious too|
Posted by: Andy_Szymczak on May-27-14 1:07 PM (EST)
As I recall the Magic belonged to Doc, and the Prism was Franks. Sure would be nice if Frank got his boat back!
Be careful out there|
Posted by: DaveO1 on May-27-14 4:55 PM (EST)
If a person buys stolen goods unknowingly, the person must return the goods to the rightful owner. If the owner collected insurance, then the person must return the goods to the insurance company. The person could sue the person who sold the stolen goods, for reimbursement, even if that seller is also an innocent third party. This is civil law we are talking, hypothetically.
Consult an attorney over a canoe?|
Posted by: yakfisher on May-30-14 3:58 AM (EST)
Seriously with the hourly rates that lawyers charge it would probably be cheaper to just go buy a new Canoe.
A new $3000 canoe?|
Posted by: Yanoer on May-30-14 9:29 AM (EST)