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How did you manage to find the owner on Facebook in under 48 hours?
When you make up stories, they often come back to bite you - or in this case, his "friend".

I'm not on Facebook, but I can imagine an owner pining for his watch sending out daily appeals on Facebook for over 10 years and the OP (or his "friend") just happened to see it.

Or - the OP posted on his personal feed that he found the watch and the owner just happened to see it. That's the most likely as there are only 3 people in Norway and they read each other's accounts.
 

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When you make up stories, they often come back to bite you - or in this case, his "friend".

I'm not on Facebook, but I can imagine an owner pining for his watch sending out daily appeals on Facebook for over 10 years and the OP (or his "friend") just happened to see it.

Or - the OP posted on his personal feed that he found the watch and the owner just happened to see it. That's the most likely as there are only 3 people in Norway and they read each other's accounts.
True true. I did forget that about Norway
 

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It would be interesting to know what the Norwegian law says about such situations. In France, as far as I know, an object found in this manner would become the finder's property after one year and one day without claim.
here possession of personal property (and a watch is a personal property) is presumption of ownership. No need for a title or deed. Anyone who disputes that or claims ownership must show proof.
 
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