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Old 01.10.2012, 10:14
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Law on maximum occupancy

Often in contracts there is specified a maximum occupancy and this is obviously something agreed between landlord and tenant.

However, I was wondering if under Swiss law there is some rule which regulates maximum occupancy e.g. minimum space per person?
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Re: Law on maximum occupancy

Social services calculate rooms per family, I never saw any area limitations, there is a locally defined maximum rental price.

The social services allocate as a minimum, 1 bedroom for a married couple, plus one bedroom for each child, plus one living room. Plus a kitchen, plus a bathroom.
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