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Old 17.09.2019, 09:53
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Re: Experience with the Schlichtungsbehörde as a landlord?

Following are comments regarding my experience with a Schlichtungsgericht:
1. The arbitration court consisted of a lead judge, a technical expert (construction engineer) and another judge. The plaintiffs (renters) were present and represented by an attorney. A representative for the landlord was present but was not an attorney.
2. The session consisted of reviewing documents previously submitted, additional documents submitted that day and explanations of documents by the plaintiffs and defendent's representative.
3. After input from the technical expert and the lead judge, an agreement was drafted and signed by the renters and the landlord's representative.

Opinions:
1. The court was fair in the proceedings and decision.
2. The decision in this case was primarily based on the written documents.
3. Although the defendent's attorney presented the case eloquently, the hiring of an attorney by the defendents was probably unnecessary.
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