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Its against the law to leave things in front of a buliding or on a footpath with a "
free " sign next to it and can bring a big fine!! So you are encouraging people to break the law.

http://www.20min.ch/schweiz/zuerich/story/22651446
Wrong! We and our neighbours are not placing anything at all on public footpaths or roads. The items are always placed on our property. Nothing illegal about that at all.
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Old 24.08.2017, 18:28
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Re: Advice needed [living abroad - need to empty a home in CH]

Small minded groans!
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The property belongs to the landlord unless of course you own the property.And if everybody starts doing that then what an unsightly picture
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Wrong! We and our neighbours are not placing anything at all on public footpaths or roads. The items are always placed on our property. Nothing illegal about that at all.
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The property belongs to the landlord unless of course you own the property.And if everybody starts doing that then what an unsightly picture
Wrong! The property belongs to all of us as owners. Only tenants who are renting from owners have a landlord to answer to. But they still have a right to use the ground.

Nothing unsightly about it. It's actually quite interesting to see what's available and also how quickly the stuff that we ourselves put outside disappears! Effectively it is a way of recycling. Things find a new home.

If something doesn't get taken (happens from time to time) then the person who it belongs to moves it out onto the pavement adjacent to the roadway immediately prior to refuse collection. It then gets thrown onto the refuse lorry when the collection comes. That is how it works here anyway.
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The property belongs to the landlord unless of course you own the property.And if everybody starts doing that then what an unsightly picture
Would be perfect for you, since it gives you something to complain, and complaining seems to be what gives you strength to compete with the challenges life brings.
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Re: Advice needed [living abroad - need to empty a home in CH]

after awhile the city looks like this

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Yes, but that could well be illegal dumping, something completely different to what we were referring to.
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What an ideal characteristic spot during summer, nicely hanging in the chairs provided by the proud and caring neighbourhood, around the corner probably a box with free books and while reading the beers stay cool in the fountain.

What a country that such is possible
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Re: Advice needed [living abroad - need to empty a home in CH]

Yes if only those lice and the shit stains were not there
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Yes if only those lice and the shit stains were not there
Very bad error to judge by your own standards, highly revealing
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Re: Advice needed [living abroad - need to empty a home in CH]

call the next brocken house and they will come to take them.
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call the next brocken house and they will come to take them.
It depends on the condition.
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