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Pillar 2 used to buy a house

Anybody could give me an advice please?
10 years ago we bought a house in Switzerland where we are currently living. We used our Pillar 2. (what was available at that time) for the “fonds propres”. We would like to move to the UK temporarily (for a few years) and plan to rent out the house. We understand that the Pillar 2 part might need to be paid-back, as the house will not be anymore our primary residence. Is this true and if it is what could be done to avoid the pay-back or to sell the house?
Many thanks for any thoughts.
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