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Old 25.10.2017, 01:33
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Re: Small claims court

May depend upon how you did lease (individual or both people?), conditions and remedies in lease (e.g. what forbidden, local court jurisdiction, arbitration, etc.) and if you have good ID and location of tenants (options really depend on Kanton.)
Would be much easier for you if one of renting parties is EU-state citizen and/or has registered address in EU country.
Good news is that Swiss arbitrators or courts, if you get standing to have them hear issue, interpret contracts tightly and are pretty good at doing the right thing IMHO. You would likely have to do things in person or with validated representative physically present.
Good luck!
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