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Old 23.01.2020, 14:45
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Re: Can I rent out my parking spot?

According Art.262 Swiss Code of Obligations https://www.admin.ch/opc/en/classifi...ndex.html#a262 an sublet must be granted in case of the following conditions

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1 A tenant may sub-let all or part of the property with the landlordís consent.

2 The landlord may refuse his consent only if:

a. the tenant refuses to inform him of the terms of the sub-lease;
b. the terms and conditions of the sub-lease are unfair in comparison with those of the principal lease;
c. the sub-letting gives rise to major disadvantages for the landlord.

3 The tenant is liable to the landlord for ensuring that the sub-tenant uses the property only in the manner permitted to the tenant himself. To this end the landlord may issue reminders directly to the sub-tenant.
The highlighted part might be used to deny the proposed sublet. Landlord and specially people living nearby might want to have as less vehicle movements per day as possible.
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