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Re: Found nachmieter...landlord thinks he can put up the rent

Yes, you are right. Your responsibility ends when you produce someone* who would be able and willing to take over your existing contract - no changes to rent, notice periods, rules on laundry or pets - just your contract as it is now.

Whatever happens after that is not your problem. The landlord might increase the rent, change the laundry schedule, or he might refuse that tenant point-blank for no reason at all. That's up to him, and it doesn't affect your ability to leave.


*One suitable replacement is legally all that's required, but renters' associations strongly recommend that you bring at least three. That way even if the landlord finds some fault with one of them (maybe he has a bad credit rating, overstated his salary on the application or something - you couldn't have known!) you're still in the clear with the other two.
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