i have no idea what part of north america you're from then, because in Toronto we always use polak, it's a polish word... how can it be offensive...
Quite easily. I've offended numerous people on this forum by using it.
as i said in my original post, i dont want any money, i want the apartment itself, for my children and my children's children ect.
Then why are you posting on here? You've had advice from three separate lawyers who have told you the same thing.
Anyway, the apartment has changed hands twice. It's going to be exceptionally difficult to get back in these circumstances, especially if the sale was conducted properly between your relative and the new owners.
and actually 'buddy' poland has such a large population living outside of the country, that these cases are extremely common, goolgle lawyers in poland on google.ca, the first 10 pages will be lawyers dealing with last wills and testaments, its the SECOND most popular case seen in the polish courts today.
And if you knew a damn thing about Poland, you'd know that the legal system will tie you up for years and years over this. Then again, how can I expect you to know anything when you've only discovered an interest in Poland when money is mentioned?
just makes me think the right wing is totally right, the mass' can't lead themselves because they're actually incompetent.
Incompetent? Incompetent is those who abandon their elderly mother to nursing homes in Poland while living the life of Riley in Canada.
Sorry pal, but you're not going to get any sympathy on here. We see people like you all the time - they have no interest in Poland, but suddenly they discover an interest when they realise that there's quite a lot of cash (potentially) on the table.
Ok,I have one more question-why didn't you go to the court earlier?You had many years to do that.Have you even know your grandmother died?Because sorry if I offend you,but it looks like you didn't even call her once in a while...
I do wonder why they didn't follow the correct procedures once she died. Could it be that someone's told them that the flat sold for a considerable amount of money - and now, and only now, they're showing an interest?
I'd also be curious to see how they "removed the fathers rights" to the flat.