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Old 23.11.2018, 17:25
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Re: Breaking rental agreement - leaving CH - non EU

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So because you have found something different this leads you to beleive that you maybe able to break other contracts that no longer suit you.


I wonder how you will feel when you've moved to your new job and settled in when you new boss, say well ,we've changed our mind so we're just going to break the contract with no reference to any of the clauses that may mean we have to pay something to you.
Depending on where OP goes, they don't need to break a contract. They can just dismiss him during probation time.
And again he sits there with a rental contract

Spontanious people should just be ready to pay up the full time - it usually works out better than that in the end (might be the relaxed attitude when looking for a "Nachmieter"). Always worked for me, I don't remember ever having moved house the official way/times.
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