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Advice needed for Landlord refusing to pay the full deposit after agreeing on no damages.

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Hello Everyone,

 

Thank you for taking the time to read my post and helping out. My situation is that I lived with an old Germany lady 3 months and she was very hard to deal with. She was everywhere in the house with constant demands. She constantly had demands and I got fed up and we agreed to cancel the contract. After the contract being cancelled I cleaned the house and asked her to control everything and she did.

 

Then we signed a Übergabeprokoll that there was no damage in the house and everything was in order. Couple days after she sands me a picture of a chair that has a little tear on it and she demands that I replace the chair. I obviously refused as I took no part in tearing that chair and now she is saying that she is going to buy a new chair and get the money from my deposit (by the way the chair is very old and worth barely 20€) and she is looking at chairs around 150-200€.

 

I am obviously very frustrated. She is trying to get as much as she can from me. The deposit is fully 600€ and I don't want to spend alot of money for a lawyer getting that 600€ back and as she constantly bugs me and gets me frustrated. I obviously don't want to let this go as I have done nothing wrong and it is my right. I know legally that I am 100% right as I have a signed document that the house did not have any damages. Isn't there a more viable solution? I value your opinions and would be glad if you can give me some advice.

 

Thank you in advance.

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12 minutes ago, lunaCH said:

Were you renting a furnished room with communal use of the rest of the house/flat?

 

Yes. I rented a room in a house and lived with a Hauptmieter. A furnished one.

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