After 13 years, are we still legally responsible for still storing tools that my uncle inherited from my grandfather?

Question Details: My grandfather passed away 13 years ago. My mother is storing tools at her house for my uncle wherein he was supposed to get what tools he wanted, as well as my father. My father passed away 5 years ago. My uncle has no place to store the tools and hasn't said anything about them in years. Can we get rid of them?

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