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MNE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY , LOFTS, U SCHEIBLERA, LODZ


pip 10 | 1,661
20 Dec 2012 #31
good luck- stick it to them.
poland_
20 Dec 2012 #32
in fact I have hardly started

Neil63 - do you think that sort of attitude will work in Poland, they will come together and close you down.Get your lawyer to crawl over all your paperwork and find a technicality, then take them to court quickly. Remember if there is one crime there is most likely more.
OP Neil63 6 | 57
21 Dec 2012 #33
Actually yes I do...... They have more money and resources than me. The choice is very simple....

A) Put your trust in God - no good not religious!
B) Fight them in the courts - no good this is Poland. Justice has not fully evolved there yet
C) Raise the public profile and try to inform other potential Opal clients as to how this company operates - my choice
poland_
21 Dec 2012 #34
C) Raise the public profile and try to inform other potential Opal clients as to how this company operates - my choice

How does this help your situation? you may lose them clients - how would that benefit you? self gratification !

If you bring a legal case against them they can not formally close the company until a verdict is passed. With all the negative press...
OP Neil63 6 | 57
21 Dec 2012 #35
Sorry no it's absolutely not about self gratification - you are way off in your conclusion.
poland_
21 Dec 2012 #36
Sorry no it's absolutely not about self gratification

Neil you have taken possession of your flat/apartment, they offered you a price you accepted, you had a problem with the first unit they exchanged. They gave you parking spaces which you are not happy with. Do you have separate Umowa's for the parking space and the flat?

If the answer is yes then you have an issue with the one contract for the parking spaces - if the answer is you only have one Umowa then you have an issue with the purchase of the flat and parking space. You must have used a lawyer in the purchase or someone translated the documents for you. Have you signed the notarial act? Did you not have a sworn translator.

I am British Neil and I learned many years ago in Poland spoken words mean NOTHING it is all about the written contract and written correspondence. Unless of course you have recorded all of your meetings with the developers representative. You have to accept you did not know the rules - learn from your mistakes we have all been there in Poland, you are not alone on this one. British rules do not apply in Poland and vis a vis. Ask yourself a question - why do the Polish migrants adore the UK and Ireland Simple answer because it is easy and they do not have to struggle or fight the system. Poland is not the same my friend.


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