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Old 04.08.2020, 23:02
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Re: Rent Increase, Sous Location taking over the contract

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OK, then I misunderstood that.
So did I. It was all the commas that made it confusing.

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Any ideas? Further, I was wondering what sort of notice period they are required to give? Cheers
As you are subleasers, you must be out when the real leasers are supposed to be out. The landlord has no contract with you.

I don't think you can contest the new rent either as the landlord is not obliged to offer you the flat/accept you as a tenant. Again, they have no contract with you.

You can always try of course.
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