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  1. Refusing to pay TV license fees (Rundfunkbeitrag)

      Then there is no need to contact the bailiff (unless there are more Vollstreckungsaufträge you don't know of).  
  2. Refusing to pay TV license fees (Rundfunkbeitrag)

      Because they don't have to (and it was a waste of time and money to do it, you didn't pay anyway when they did it. So why should they bother?).    "Der Rund­funk­beitrag ist gemäß Rund­funk­beitrags­staats­vertrag (§ 10) unauf­gefordert zu zahlen. Der Beitragsservice ist nicht verpflichtet, eine gesonderte Zahlungserinnerung zu verschicken."   https://www.rundfunkbeitrag.de/zahlung/index_ger.html
  3. Refusing to pay TV license fees (Rundfunkbeitrag)

      You are talking about something that happened in 2016 – how could I know? Did you only pay the Rundfunkbeitrag or also the bailiffs fees?  
  4. Refusing to pay TV license fees (Rundfunkbeitrag)

      Write them a letter, give them proof that you deregistered from Germany in 2017 and be prepared to pay your debts until this date.   And: Why do you give "Berlin" as your location when you left Germany?  
  5. Information of "E1 gem. Tarifvertrag"

      https://www.personaldienstleister.de/fileadmin/user_upload/06_Intranet/03_Mein_BAP/Downloads/Entgelttabellen/Grundentgelte_und_Erfahrungszuschlaege_ab_Januar_2017.pdf    
  6. Quiet living near Augsburg

      I hope you realize this "area" is 100 kilometers away ... commuting by car would take 2,5 to 3 hours. Per day.    I suggest you take a look at (Google) maps to get some idea about distances to Augsburg and use their navigation tool.
  7. How to deal with inconsiderate loud neighbours

        Then I suggest to rent some nice quite office space to work. Starting to complain to the landlord, Hausverwaltung etc. will get you nowhere at the moment  – you are not living there, you are a guest. 
  8. ALG I - what happens when I work more than 15 hours/week?

      It's nice that you want to help your friend - but you won't be much help if you speak as little German as he does. And it's a real nightmare for outsiders to find out what's really going on there, what has been discussed, what has been agreed.    Go to the AfA without an appointment once they open in the morning. And take someone with you who speaks – and understands - German. 
  9. ALG I - what happens when I work more than 15 hours/week?

      Why don't you/your friend ask the Agentur für Arbeit? Why didN#t you ask when you had your appointment?   The only authority that can give you a clear answer is the Afa. 
  10. Entire building possibly rented black

  11. Entire building possibly rented black

      Again:  Do you expect them to wander trough the streets and check each and every building?
  12. Entire building possibly rented black

      So what? Do you expect them to wander trough the streets and check each and every building? Is that what they do in Italy?   
  13. Entire building possibly rented black

      Well, both the Zollfahndunsgdienst and the Steuerfahndung are dedicated forces to investigate financial crimes. But you're right in that both are not "police" in the legal sense, although both have the same rights and obligations as the police authorities and police officers (e.g. right of first approach, interrogation, arrest, raids, seizure, bugging ...)  
  14. Why are you unhappy today?

    Obviously not. But thanks, so much for your fake dislike of insults.
  15. Why are you unhappy today?

      So you saw them, but you preferred to look the other way?