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Old 09.11.2018, 16:49
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Re: Size of the apartment - family reunion permit refused

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What rules? There are AFAIK no rules once you live in the country, there are only rules when you bring in your family.
Nope, there are some rules and landlords stick to them.
To be honest you'd be better and faster to find them.

In fact my landlord refused to take a family this summer because it was too big (too many members) for the flat they applied for.
And I've often come accross the problem with my clients looking for flats - and they were already in the country as well.

Apparently a "Überbelegung" (over-occupancy) of a flat is given when if there are two more people than rooms.
<<Von einer Überbelegung der Wohnung wird zudem in der Praxis erst ausgegangen, wenn die Personenzahl die Zimmerzahl plus zwei überschreitet>> site of Mobiliar.

I think it's a rule and not a law :-)
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