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    Default Re: Any suggestions regarding this "legal" matter?

    thanks for your suggestions guys...

    its not just one person but rather the real estate agency that is responsible for this...for some reason with my neighbors they have been billed regularly every month in regards to their usage of the utilities but with us they never established such a guideline and just accepted the "deposit" that we were paying...

    the latest story that they are telling me is that the "electric company" was able to check the meter for the first time after 3 years and have sent them a massive bill to pay because they were always paying with an "estimate"...I don't really know if that would really work at all - it sounds a bit too weird...but i shall definitely ask for the bill to see where it is and how it is - cause this makes very little sense overall.

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    You can fight this unreasonable explosion in cost. It makes no sense to me that the electric company could check your neighbor's meter and not yours. Tell them that this is not your fault and that access to the meter is he responsibility of the managing company and they should eat the cost. To send an olive branch offer to pay the overage from the last 3 months because that is a reasonable amount of time for them to be delinquent in notifying you. Any reasonable judge would split this in half.
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    Default Re: Any suggestions regarding this "legal" matter?

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    You can fight this unreasonable explosion in cost. It makes no sense to me that the electric company could check your neighbor's meter and not yours. Tell them that this is not your fault and that access to the meter is he responsibility of the managing company and they should eat the cost. To send an olive branch offer to pay the overage from the last 3 months because that is a reasonable amount of time for them to be delinquent in notifying you. Any reasonable judge would split this in half.
    One thing in mind....he's a foreigner living in an east European country. The courts and judges may react differently elsewhere.

    In reality Bellisimo, you may have to get the judge, the lawyers, and the landlord together and introduce them to a few of your models.
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    after all thats been said and done...ended up moving out of the apartment and agreed to share the costs 50-50 after getting them to agree that it was also their fault for all of this bullshi+.

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    Glad to hear it is all resolved there Belli. Now you can get back to what's important. Ladies and Basketball

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    And counting?
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