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Old 10.03.2010, 00:56
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enquiry re: Refund of Apartment deposit held at UBS

Please can someone advise me on the process for releasing money from an apartment rent account with UBS upon termination of a contract - is it a case of landlord and tennant going into a branch with ID, or are there specific forms to complete? The account was opened by me, and is visable when I log in. I will go into a branch to enquire, but my french is still somewhat basic, and having a heads up as to what to expect would be very appreciated!

Apologies if this has been answered in an earlier thread - i did try multiple searches before posting! Also failed to find anything of use on the UBS website...

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Re: enquiry re: Refund of Apartment deposit held at UBS

UBS have a form for that. Both you and the landlord will need to sign it and the deed is done. Contact your branch, give them your account no. and ask them to send you a form to release the funds. They will fill in all the account info for you (generally). You then have to state how much of the deposit goes to you (and which account) and how much (if any) goes to the landlord (with account details). You both sign, submit to the bank and they will carry out the transfer.
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Re: enquiry re: Refund of Apartment deposit held at UBS

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Please can someone advise me on the process for releasing money from an apartment rent account with UBS upon termination of a contract - is it a case of landlord and tennant going into a branch with ID, or are there specific forms to complete? The account was opened by me, and is visable when I log in. I will go into a branch to enquire, but my french is still somewhat basic, and having a heads up as to what to expect would be very appreciated!

Apologies if this has been answered in an earlier thread - i did try multiple searches before posting! Also failed to find anything of use on the UBS website...

Many thanks

Why don't you phone the UBS and ask them, most of them speak very good English to deal with the expats in the Aubonne area
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