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Old 05.06.2021, 19:53
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Re: Renovations requested by landlord

In your case, you have the extra problem that you work from home. This, however, is not the original purpose of the flat, which was very likely rented out as a place of residence and not as business premises. Corona has turned all that upside down, but I doubt very much that there are any laws to require the landlord to compensate you for office space.

For your work, therefore, you will have to return to your office or, if that is not possible or permitted by your employer, to go outside to work, for example in a library, café or a shared office space. Unfortunately, any costs with regard to that will be to your account.
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