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Old 22.06.2017, 19:19
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Re: Problems with the newly bought apartment... advice needed

Does your contract say something like "die Mängelrechte werden abgetreten"?
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Old 22.06.2017, 20:52
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Re: Problems with the newly bought apartment... advice needed

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It is the company with whom we signed the selling contract, I think it is correct to contact them, no?.
Correct only if they are responsive, if they are not, which was your reason to post here, then you go straight to the source...i.e. the people doing the construction, the architect/developer. However as your notaire has now perked up his ears all should be good for you all, I hope.

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We are also in contact with the companies who are directly involved in material and installation of kitchen/bathroom. When we send email about problems, every one is in the recipient. But unfortunately they are not responsive either.
Because these suppliers and fitters work for and are paid by the architect/developer, they have been hired by them for the construction. They will not carry out any repairs unless expressly ordered to do so by the architect/developer. If you have something changed because you are not happy with it, and the company then goes and asks the architect/developer to be reimbursed for the work time and piece replaced, they will be asked "and who authorised this work?!"...for us it was ok, we aren't paying so toddle off and go ask the owners for the money.
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Old 22.06.2017, 20:58
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Re: Problems with the newly bought apartment... advice needed

Grow some balls, kick up merry shit with as many as possible and be obnoxious with all untill thr problem is resolved to your entire satisfaction.
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No, another one.
So how did you get the problems solved and how long?
Some fixes we could negotiate, the rest we fixed ourselves and some things we accepted as it were mad:
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Re: Problems with the newly bought apartment... advice needed

Do not hesitate to write everything and send by registered mail. The developers will not like it.
State clearly all the problems and attach photos with dates.

Then ask the company to fix the problems by a certain date, depending on what kind of problems there are. It can be 2 or 4 weeks (by difficulty). And state that at the end of this period you reserve the right to call another company at the expense of the developer.

At the same time block money at the notary for your remaining payment.

In this situation, they will be obliged to reply.

But you can only block payment if it problems are clearly stated by registered letter!
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