Not sure if this is specifically counts as an expatriate question, but I am an expat (non-EU) who recently moved to Germany.
I have signed an unlimited rental contract with a management office for an apartment in Frankfurt am Main. In the contract, the monthly value was given like this:
I found it weird that the final price was not 960+95 EUR, but when I asked the agent said that 970 was correct. The reason my friend and I signed the contract was because it was within our budgets (less than 1000 EUR), but now the management is claiming an error and that I should pay the extra 85 EUR.
Now, since the contract is binding, is it within my rights to refuse this increase? If this 1055 EUR was the value in the contract, we would not have signed it (we had other offers).