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Tenancy tribunal or similar Poland office, to resolve dispute with landlord?


Maferz 4 | 8
7 Nov 2011  #1
Unfortunately there is a disagreement with my Landlord, and the real estate Agency is unwilling to help.

In Sweden we have a government office ('Hyresnämnden') to solve disputes concerning rental flats. The application process to enlist their help is easy, and the service free.

Is there a similar office in Poland?

Many thanks.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
7 Nov 2011  #2
As far as I know, there isn't a tenancy tribunal - disputes are dealt with through the normal court system. Be careful - if you breach a tenancy agreement and don't have a meldunek, you can be locked out of the property.
db1874 7 | 227
7 Nov 2011  #3
Is there a similar office in Poland

I'm not aware off such an office in Poland. There's a good chance your landlord is not declaring the rent as income so you could suggest you'll report him to the tax office and this might help solve your disagreement.
inkrakow 1 | 98
7 Nov 2011  #4
Is there a similar office in Poland?

I'm afraid not - the only route is to go through the courts.
OP Maferz 4 | 8
7 Nov 2011  #5
Thank you for the answers, very informative. It's ok, I'll see if a solution can be worked out another way.
LwowskaKrakow 28 | 431
20 Nov 2011  #6
In Scandinavia everything is transparent ( i am thinking about Norway, Sweeden, Denmark and Finland) no black economy, less cheating , rules to protect efficiantly any consummer and better government management.

Morality in Business matters seems to have a meaning over there.

Poland is quite a different world really .Which does not mean it cannot get better and better in the future.

If the Eurozone had been as vertuous as Finland for instance It would not be in such a mess...
ReservoirDog
20 Nov 2011  #7
Don't compare Norway to Poland. Poland can be compared to Czech, Slovakia or Lithuania or other country with young democracy.


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