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Old 16.05.2011, 09:13
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Nachmieter clause in Kündigen

I'm just putting together my kündigen. Although my contracted leaving date is 31st August, I'd rather leave at the beginning of August, so I added the following. Does it make sense?

"Ich werde versuchen, einen geeigneten Nachmieter, damit ich auf meine bevorzugte Zeitpunkt 01.08.2011 verlassen kann."


I want to say "I will try to find a new tenant so that I can leave on my preferred date of 01.08.2011."
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Re: Nachmieter clause in Kündigen

Sounds ok! just added some words that were missing:

"Ich werde versuchen einen geeigneten Nachmieter zu finden, damit ich meine Wohnung zu dem von mir bevorzugten Zeitpunkt, dem 01.08.2011, verlassen kann."


But you can also say:

'Gerne würde ich Ihnen einen Nachmieter stellen, so dass ein Auszug zu dem von mir bevorzugten Termin, dem 01.08.2011, ermöglicht werden kann.'


or


'Sehr gerne würde ich Ihnen einen Nachmieter vorschlagen, damit bereits zum 01.08.2011 das Mietverhältnis aufgekündigt werden kann.'


Not 100 percent sure concerning politeness (Switzerland), legal phrasing and comma placement. But maybe gives you an idea.

Actually one can construct senstences with 'Nachmieter suchen/stellen/vorschlagen'
The word 'bereits'-'already?' implies your intent to leave the flat before the agreed period of notice.
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Old 16.05.2011, 11:18
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Re: Nachmieter clause in Kündigen

ahh... 'geeigneter Nachmieter' sounds of course better than just 'Nachmieter'! Forgot to include that phrase.

And I think the comma (in front of?) damit/ could be a mistake, not sure about it.
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Re: Nachmieter clause in Kündigen

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Re: Nachmieter clause in Kündigen

My German is quite reasonable for a German.

I don't strive too much for formal things (problems with comma placement) but it's at least better than my English.

Jordan Baker...sounds not german.. i know...just 'borrowed' the name kind of randomly from a character in the Great Gatsby. - was rereading the book about the time I registered at the forum.

but thanks anyhow.
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