The landlord has right to keep the fianza but he has to probes all the damages he wnats to charge us with
Some cost you are talking about are really yours, like the batteries of the alarm if they were all right when you get there
But he has no right to charge the IPC retrospectively because he has to demand it in advanced,
The way to solve your problem its to check if there its an instituto de la vivienda
in your place or similar
The instituto de la vivienda ( example in Malaga http://saic.malaga.eu/portal/menu/portada/portada Madrid http://www.madrid.org/cs/Satellite?cid=1207574901656&language=es&pagename=PortalVivienda%2FPage%2FPVIV_listado )provides you free ways to solve problems like you got
Juez de Paz has no chance to help you
Another way to fight its in AEAT spanish tax oficce where you can denounce him if he was no declaring the money you paid
Check if you got close to you an instituto de la vivienda and go there for help
I repeat its easy and cheap to get help and to fight for an agreement with the landd lord
If you tell me where you are I wil be glad to help you looking for it
Well, the cost of the batteries may be you have to admit it
But no overcost for IPC´s
If you got the probes it will be harder for him to support your denounce
Denounce him to the instituto de la vivienda and in AEAT
maybe if you just threat him to do it he will give your money back...
You are not going to fail, for sure you are going most of your money
Thats the way...
To try an arregment and if not possible to denonuce him
I will check...
Yes they are
The land lords ussually do not wants problems so they refuse to keep the money when you fight your rights
Best this second link
As long as we refuse an agreement treah him to denounce him
He will make the arregment for sure
Her has no right to keep your money for revaluation of IPCs
Fianzas its not for that
Please to make a good rate of my service
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