azula

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  1. Neighbours musicians

    Thank you. I'll try this option. Looks the most reasonable
  2. Neighbours musicians

      It is one room apartment. Kitchen is also tiny, I can't fit there chair But I can't work 2 hours per day. So they must prepare to the exams and I must don't work? Will they pay for my apartments when my company fires me, cause I couldn't be productive and I have no money? I don't think so. I don't mind it it is 3 hours per day. But not 8. It is depressing. It is not an option. The question was that if there is some law that regulates it or could I terminate the rent even thought I am obliged to rent it for 1 year.
  3. Neighbours musicians

    Are you sick or what? I've lived in wg, I know what is noise and music few hours per day. But not a constant training music the whole day.  I'm really on the side of your neighbour. You are arrogant as hell
  4. Neighbours musicians

    Even reasonable noise is still noise. This is not something they can't control like a dog or kids. They could move the piano to another room, where we will not have a common wall. And if the current isolation is not enough, they could double the isolation material. There is always the way to not disturb your neighbours. But they just don't care. I can't imagine myself doing this to my neighbours. This is very selfish. So don't blame me. I respect my neighbours
  5. Neighbours musicians

    Yes. They say that they isolated the room, but it didn't help. I asked them to move the piano to a different room, but they refuse.  My ears are very sensitive to any touch. If I have earphones on my head for a long time, it starts hurt a little. And again, this is not a solution
  6. Neighbours musicians

    3 hours per day per person or per apartment? Cause there are 2 musicians in the apartment The agency didn't tell about anything, unfortunately. This is the worst rent agency in Berlin as I've figured out later (I am new to Berlin and I didn't know it has such a horrible service). They hide all the bad parts and don't respond on any calls or emails. I don't have any hopes on them.  
  7. Neighbours musicians

    I have it. But sitting the whole year in earphones is annoying and hurts my ears. I just want my own quiet place :(
  8. Neighbours musicians

    Thanks for the links. But, unfortunately, they are not tenants, they own their apartment
  9. Neighbours musicians

    Hi guys and girls. The story is like this. I just moved to a new apartment and figured out that my neighbours are students of music academy. They study piano. Both of them They play the whole day, even on weekends. I've tried to talk with them, I was polite and everything, but they were like "This is your problem". I am a software engineer and work from home, so I need it to be quiet. And even if I wasn't, I still think that I have a right for peace in the apartment that I pay for. The agency, that I rent an apartment from, didn't tell me anything about the noise, although I've asked them about it I have a contract for minimum 1 year of rent, so I can't cancel it. Also, I think it will be hard to find somebody to subrent this place with such neighbours. I was wandering what is the law for musicians in Berlin. I couldn't get it from previous topics in this forum and they are pretty old. Maybe there are some updates for it? Or maybe I can cancel the rent somehow? Somebody have any advice? I don't know German, so I can't go to Tenant Association. I thought about going to lawyer, but how expensive it can be in Berlin?