I sent a notarially certified letter to the commercial court telling them that my company moved to lower austria now. Today, three weeks later, I get a letter from them, telling me that they would need a notarially certified letter about this from me. I call them, asking them if they are serious, if I should send them the exact letter again. After about 30 minutes in their phone line, having talked to about 6 or 7 people there, they tell me they have no idea. I should ignore their letter and sit and wait instead. Your tax money at work.

six comments, already:

I’m not in your country, but I think they really need some IT to the public service over there.
Nostaw - 01 06 11 - 14:35

Well, not MY tax money, because here in Germany something like that…
ah, forget it…
Telepath - 01 06 11 - 17:26

Same thing can happen here of courts not putting all the right documents before the judge. I can’t guarantee I can do anything to help as it’s a different country, different laws and I don’t practice in what you are doing, but if I can help, get in touch and I’ll see what I can do.
Demonlawyer - 01 06 11 - 20:57

I though that certain things happened only in Italy… -.-
NeXuS - 03 06 11 - 06:31

@demonlawyer: thx for the offer, but for now I can handle it myself :)
niko - 03 06 11 - 09:19

Jan_ - 06 06 11 - 10:42

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