The contract between the tenant and the lessor is concluded when the contract signed by the tenant has been received by the lessor. The down payment and the balance payment shall be recorded in the contract. If the signed contract or the deposit is not received by the landlady by the agreed date, the landlady may let the property to another tenant without further notice and without being liable to pay compensation.
2. additional costs
The additional costs are included in the rental price. Heating is excluded from 01 October to 31 May. The costs for this are listed in the contract. State taxes such as visitor's tax are included in the rental price.
3. handing over of the rental object; complaints
The rented property is handed over to the tenant in a clean and contractually compliant condition. If there are any defects or the inventory is incomplete when the property is handed over, the tenant must notify the lessor immediately. Otherwise, the rented property shall be deemed to have been handed over in perfect condition.
Should the tenant take over the object late or not at all, the entire rental price remains owed.
4. careful use
The tenant undertakes to use the rented property with care, to observe the house rules (camping rules) and to show consideration towards the other occupants and neighbours. In the event of any damage, the lessor must be informed immediately. The rented property may be occupied by no more than the number of persons mentioned in the contract. Subletting is not permitted.
The tenant is responsible for ensuring that the roommates comply with the obligations of this contract. If the tenant or roommates blatantly violate the obligation of careful use, the lessor may terminate the contract without notice and without compensation.
5. Return of the rented property
The rented property must be returned on time in proper condition, including the inventory. The tenant is liable for damages and missing inventory. On departure, dirty linen (bed linen, kitchen and bathroom towels) must be deposited inside the rented property next to the entrance door.
The tenant may cancel the contract at any time under the following conditions. In this case he owes the following compensation:
up to 90 days before arrival:
CHF 100.00 handling fee
90 to 60 days before arrival:
50% of the rental price
60 to 30 days before arrival:
70% of the rental price
30 to 0 days before arrival:
90% of the rental price
Substitute tenant: The tenant has the right to propose a substitute tenant. This tenant must be reasonable and solvent for the lessor. He/she enters into the contract under the existing conditions. Tenant and substitute tenant are jointly and severally liable for the rent.
The date of receipt of the notification by the lessor or the booking office is decisive for the calculation of the cancellation fee (on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, the next working day applies). In the event of premature termination of the rental, the entire rental fee shall remain owed.
7. force majeure etc.
If force majeure (environmental disasters, official measures, etc.), unforeseeable or unavoidable events prevent the letting or its continuation, the lessor shall be entitled (but not obliged) to offer the tenant an equivalent substitute property to the exclusion of any claims for compensation. If the service cannot be provided or cannot be provided in full, the amount paid or the corresponding share shall be refunded to the exclusion of further claims.
The lessor shall be liable for proper reservation and fulfilment of the contract in accordance with the contract. In the event of damage other than personal injury, liability shall be limited to twice the rental fee, unless gross negligence or wilful misconduct is involved. Liability is excluded for failures on the part of the hirer or co-user, unforeseeable or unavoidable failures on the part of third parties, force majeure or events which the lessor, agents or other persons called in by the lessor could not foresee or avert despite due care.
The tenant shall be liable for all damage caused by him or co-users. Fault shall be presumed.
9. Applicable law and place of jurisdiction
Swiss law is applicable. The place of the rental object is agreed as the exclusive place of jurisdiction.