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3 posts, 24 May
28.05.2022  7.00 p.m. Rose Garden Centre Stuttgarter Straße 115 70734 Fellbach Saturday Evening Dancing and Music Take the U1 to Fellbach and get out at Höhenstrasse  fellbacher-schnittrose...
7 posts, 20 May
Oh dear, @snowingagain you've gone and put me in the corner with old duffers now... I haven't a clue who any of these are (with the exception of the Queen and Noel Edmonds) Should I make it to…
3 posts, 19 May
Yeah, so do we, but he said he can't get tyres as cheap as the chains and it's not worth his time to change them, not in a bad way but like "i don't feel good charging you 150 EUR more than them"…
89 posts, 18 May
The way this panned out was that they dilly dallied months over payment. In fact we were down for two engagements... by the time they stumped up they had forgotten we only played one of them. So not…
11 posts, 17 May
Usually, unless the document establishing the Nießbrauch stipulates otherwise, the son will step in as the legal successor of the "Nießbrauchsberechtiger... and will have all the rights and…
3 posts, 11 May
Der Rundfunkbeitrag - Kontakt This GEZ contact form asks for your Beitrragesnummer, which is what you have (9 digits). Choosing option "Eine Frage zu meinem Beitragskonto stellen". And use Deepl…
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