Issues with your landlord?
Is your landlord demanding the full deposit when moving, or is your rent too high? Receive a free and non-commital assessment of your case at DIGURA, and let us take care of your case if it becomes necessary.
Areas where we can help you
DIGURA has helped tenants all over Denmark who have been unsure about moving in or out of a tenancy, rent, utilities or defects and maintenance i their tenancy. In fact, 98% of our clients have received compensation - we are proud of that!
We are also ready to help you. Get a quick overview here.
How does it work?
SIMPEL. EASY. RISK FREE.
You submit the case
You fill out our formular and attach relevant documents.
DIGURA assesses the case
We assess your case based on the information we have received.
If we assess that your case has potential, we will offer to litigate your case. You only pay us, if we win the case on your behalf.
DIGURA litigates the case
We initiate a dialogue with your landlord with an aim to agree on a settlement. If we cannot reach an agreement with the landlord, we will then litigate the case at the Rent Control Board.
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Become legally secured in your tenancy
Join one of Denmark’s leading tenant associations, where we help you with your rights as a tenant.
Do you want to feel secure in your tenancy and avoid being deceived by your landlord? If so, you can get access to our care pack for 49 kroner per month. You get access to our legal hotline among other things.
We help you all the way and secure you legally, so you always feel safe in your tenancy.
- The Care-pack
- Free rent check
- Free lease check
- Free assessment of case
- Access to templates
- Newsletter "Tenants in Denmark"
- Access to special guides
- Legal advice via hotline
Get useful advice and tips
DIGURA has Danmarks most developed database of articles within tenancy law. Here are some of our articles and guides.