Re: a thread discussing legal obligations for a package wrongfully delivered to one's address:
...it comes down to whom it is addressed to. As long as the merchandise is addressed to you, you may keep it. If it is addressed to someone else, then you are obligated to make reasonable efforts to either return it or deliver it to the intended recipient.
What constitutes 'reasonable efforts'? What if I feel I have made a reasonable effort, and the deliverer fails to make a reasonable effort to pick it up? What are my options? What about the 'obligations' of the deliverer? It sounds like I'm being obligated to care for something I did not initiate and have nothing to do with.