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Old 11.01.2015, 02:14
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Re: are fire pits allowed on top floor of apartment

Hello iinspect

the answer to your question - like so many, many aspects of life in Switzerland - could be different not just from canton to canton, but from municipality to municipality.

1. I agree with all those who advise you to ask your caretaker, and to read the contract.
2. And also to use your common sense.
3. You could also walk over to your municipality office and ask there if there is a regulation for the town in which you live. (For this matter, and for any other question. Good idea to become known there as the couple who are new, learning German, and trying to integrate and do things the right way.)
4. If you feel those three don't give you a conclusive answer, you could ask the Tenants' Association (called Mieterverband). Membership is inexpensive and highly recommended, as they give advice to tenants and look out for their interests before the landlord and politically.
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