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TERMS & CONDITIONS OF RENTAL CONTRACT
- The house regulations of the property are integrated parts within this lease agreement. The lessee is obliged to respect the neighbours. The garage exit of the neighbours has to be ensured at all times.
- Pets and smoking is not permitted. In case of inobservance of this regulation, the lessee is liable for the new paint finish. The lessee is completely liable for fire damage due to disregard of this regulation.
- It is not allowed to wear shoes inside the accommodation that have been used outside as well. The Lessee is liable if the carpet/parquet gets polluted or damaged.
- If the agreed duration of the lease deadlines are not met entirely (late arrival /earlier departure), the lessee has no right of a reduction of the rent. The entire rent has to be paid.
- The hand-over of the keys will take place at (to be agreed) Contact person Hans Cuijpers Tel. +41774344561 . The loss of the keys will be fully charged, i.e. CHF 150 per key.
- The apartment with the entire inventory will be handed over to the lessee in a clean and proper condition. Potential complaints have to be reported within 24 hours after the hand-over of the keys. Otherwise, the premises is deemed to be handed over in good and free of defects order and condition.
- The lessee is obliged to take good care of the premises and its inventory and furniture and to keep it in good and clean condition. Damage of any kind have to be paid by the lessee.
- In case of any incidence occurring due to force majeure which make the premises uninhabitable, the lessor is entitled to cancel the lease agreement without compensation. The already paid rent will be fully refunded.
- Alterations of the contract require the written form.
- For any conflicts resulting from this contract, the place of jurisdiction is the place of the premises. In any case, the tenancy law of the Swiss Code of Obligations law (OR, Schweizerisches Obligationenrecht) is applicable.