tiana666

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  1. No, my lawyer is avoiding me, but I will put it on my questions list to discuss with him when I will succeed to reach him
  2. Dear all, I just want to thank you all for your input, I already see some alternative ways of looking at my case. All your info/questions were more than welcome, and I really want to thank you all !
  3.   No, no mention of granddaugher refusing it. You may see in the attachment all the bailiff's reply.
  4.   Dear lunaCH,   In fact here it was my mistake, because I was at the beginning of my arrival in Germany and I did not know that for deposits you have to declare it at the bank as such. What I did, it was a regular payment to the ex-owner account, mentioning on the payment order that is for the deposit. Based on this, the Mainz Court decided these money should be reimbursed to me, as well as the lawyer fees. But there was no special regime for those money, so they are as good as gone
  5.   I am not sure to what that 2017 from bailiff's reply is referring to... So is about the date when the inheritance has been refused?
  6. Oooops....this one never crossed through my mind But if sold, who will take the left money, if there are any? So again, I have first to find out who is the current owner of the house. From where shall I start? Rathaus? 
  7. I do ....14 bank payment orders, sent to my lawyer too
  8. I hope someone faced a similar context, this is why I posted here. If not....well, I hope I may find a right way of action Till now I see people giving ideas about starting points which I did not thought about, so is already useful :)
  9. Indeed, I was dissapointed that my lawyer didnot investigate this side, especially that I mentioned to him that there are 2 offsprings, and I ask his advice if I should sue them both or just Mrs I ...  This is why I am asking for help here, maybe someone had a similar case....
  10. Indeed, granddaughter not niece, my mistake. I am not sure, at that time she was looking like 12 yrs old, but never thought to ask :(
  11. Hi all,   I have a case a bit more peculiar, and I was wondering if someone had something similar and can advise.   Long story short: Some years ago, I rented an apt in RLP from an old lady (let's call her Mrs M). Since she was very old, her kids were taking care of the property and I was in touch with them for any issues that might occur. Old lady died in Mar 2018, but nobody told me, I found out only 6 months later, in Sep 2018, when my rent was returned by my bank with "closed account" comment. I contacted the daughter (let's call her Mrs I) and we agreed I will pay the money from that moment into her daughter (let's call her Ms S) account (so the niece of the ex-landlord, who was dead now). So I started to do so.   In Oct 2019, I moved out, leaving with a clean handover document for the apt, with everything in good order. But some months later, I still did not get my deposit back. After some really tiring hassle (official request with tracking, then involving of a lawyer, then letter from lawyer, reaching to court), I got the Mainz Court decision that I should get back my deposit, together with my lawyer fees and some money that my lawyer knew I will be entitled to. Till here, all quite clean, but now it starts the complicated part.   The bailiff was sent to the house of Mrs I to execute the Court Order, but Mrs I declared under vow that she does not have any belongings. When asked about the details of this declaration and why the house I used to live in is not in her belongings, the bailiff replied officially that all was done in proper order and that both offsprings of Mrs M, the dead lady, declined the inheritance of that house (attached you may see the bailiff's reply).   Currently my lawyer is totally silent, and I see he does not know how to tackle this case.   What is your advise? Legally, from where shall I claim my deposit in this case? Because it seems my Court decision is good to be thrown on the window...   Since starting Sep 2018 till moment of my movement, in Oct 2019, the rent was sent to Mrs S account, but she is a minor (and daughter of daugther of the ex-landlord). Shall I ask to my lawyer to make connection between old lady and the money sent in her niece's account? Shall I ask my lawyer to ask from Mrs I all the money paid to Ms S (her minor daughter) starting Sep 2018, as benefits to which not her or her daughter were entitled to? I really don;t know which are my options in this case.   Many thanks in advance for any advice, since it seems more complicated than I ever believed it could be...