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Old 13.07.2019, 22:40
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Re: Leaving flat in Lausanne with Domicim and Swisscaution... Get prepared!

1 - Yes, as long as you and the landlord sign the contract it can be of any duration, and some auto-renew. All the leases in our building have been 2-3 years and at least one guy signed for 5.

2 - The new tenant has to agree to take over your existing contract. Given that you're in Lausanne where housing is tight anyway, odds are you will have plenty of people willing to take over. I don't know the details of how many applications you have to submit to the landlord, etc. so I'll leave that to someone else.

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