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1. 1. Courtesy / Duty of care

In the interests of maintaining good relations between tenants, all residents undertake to show courtesy to others and to use all rooms and facilities with care. All tenants are obliged to use water, electricity and heating in the property sparingly.

2. Quiet hours / noise pollution

Any disturbance of fellow residents is to be avoided. Music and conversations must be limited to room volume at all times. Playing instruments in the rooms is forbidden. Night hours during which noise is legally prohibited are from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.

3. Visitors / guests

The prior written consent of the lessor must be obtained for visitors accommodated by the tenant for more than 2 nights. The lessor is entitled to charge the tenant a flat fee of CHF 30.00 for the overnight stay of each visitor, however long they stay.

4. Festive Events

The written consent of the management must be obtained in advance for all house parties; in addition, the management must be given the name of at least one person responsible for the party as well as details of the location and the start and end times of the event. The person(s) responsible for the party will be personally liable for damage of any kind in and to the property (including furniture); the person(s) responsible for the party also guarantee that all clearing away and cleaning up will be completed by noon on the following day at the latest.

5. Rights and duties of the Operator / establishment of residential groups

The Operator is entitled to make the necessary organisational arrangements and implement appropriate measures to ensure the smooth running of the students’ residence, in particular with regard to the use of common rooms and the provision of cleaning services. Residential groups will be established by the Operator for this purpose. Each tenant is assigned to a residential group. A residential group leader is to be appointed. The operator will then contact them on behalf of the residential group as required. He is also responsible for the schedules of the living group on the bulletin and information boards where the residents can find out about the schedule themselves. They are responsible for ensuring that these instructions are also observed or complied with by the occupants of their rented property.
Instructions provided by the Operator must be followed. In case of non-compliance, the tenant’s rental agreement can be terminated.

6. Room handover on moving in or out

The handover of rooms on moving in or out is carried out by the Operator and is documented by means of written report. As well as specifying the condition of the rented property, the report also lists the room inventory, including information on the prices for replacement purchases. The lessor must hand over the rental property mentioned in the contract to the tenant at the agreed time in a usable and clean condition. There is no entitlement to the rental property and rental equipment being in an as-new condition. If the handover date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or publicly recognised holiday, handover must take place on the following local working day – with no reduction in rent.
If damage is discovered during the handover which is not noted in the acceptance report or for which the tenant is demonstrably responsible, repairs will be carried out at the tenant’s expense. The deposit will be refunded if the move-out has been completed properly and there are no claims for compensation from the lessor.

7. Keys

Door keys must be stored carefully. If a key is lost, the Operator must be informed immediately, and by no later than 9 a.m. on the following working day. The cost of replacement will be borne by the tenant. A flat rate of CHF 550.00 will be charged for replacing the cylinder when moving out.

8. Rooms

The tenant is obliged to clean their room and the associated bathroom facilities regularly, and at least every 14 days. The rooms and bathroom facilities are equipped with ventilation for hygiene purposes. To prevent damage, the ventilation unit and ventilation slots must not be tampered with or taped up. Likewise, no laundry may be dried in the room.
To avoid glass breakage and water damage, windows should be kept closed in windy conditions.
In case of violation, damages will be borne by the tenant.
Hot meals should only be eaten in the common rooms; the operation of hotplates, gas cookers etc. is prohibited in the rooms.
Damage caused by faulty electrical appliances will be borne by the tenant.
Nails and drawing pins must be fixed with care. All nails, drawing pins and the like must be removed by the time the room is returned. The resulting holes must be sealed professionally.

9. Room occupancy

The rooms are designed for one person only and should also be used as such. The tenant has been informed that the management cannot take gender into consideration when renting out rooms. It may therefore be necessary for a man to share bathroom facilities with a woman.

10. Furniture

The room furniture provided by the lessor as well as the furniture in the common areas must be used with care. No furniture may be removed from the rooms or common areas. Modifications to the furniture are not permitted. Damage must be reported to the Operator immediately.
The tenant is liable for ensuring the completeness and good condition of the room inventory during the rental period. A list of furniture can be found in the handover report.

11. Cleanliness / cleaning of common areas and shared facilities

Tidiness and cleanliness must be observed inside and outside the entire building. It is not permitted to dry laundry in the common rooms. The common rooms and areas indoors and outdoors, such as the kitchen, lounge, terrace, bathroom/WC etc. are to be cleaned by the members of the relevant residential group in accordance with the schedules drawn up by the group leader. All tenants are obliged to participate in cleaning according to the schedule. If the tenant is unavailable, they must arrange for a replacement themselves. If the tenant fails to comply with their cleaning obligation, this shall constitute a serious breach of contract; after issuing an unsuccessful warning, the lessor will be entitled to terminate the tenancy on extraordinary grounds.
In addition, the lessor has the right to set a deadline for the members of the relevant residential group to clean up with the threat that, if the deadline is not met, a cleaning company will be called in at the expense of the members of the residential group.

12. Waste

Waste must be disposed of regularly and properly. Waste and other items may not be deposited in the corridors and landings, common areas or outside. In particular, it is not permitted to store items or food on the window sill (inside or outside).

13. Common areas

Regulations for use (e.g. laundry room regulations etc.) as well as operating instructions for all appliances in the common areas must be consistently observed and complied with. Damage caused by improper use must be paid for by the person who caused it.

a. Kitchen

The is a kitchen available in every apartment. Each tenant is obliged to wash and put away his/her dishes immediately and clean the stove. The studios have their own private kitchens. Each tenant must ensure that their own personal refrigerator compartment is kept clean. The compartment must be emptied by the tenant on a monthly basis. The Operator has the right to inspect the refrigerators.

b. Common Room_HWA

The lounge with integrated bar, Common room_HWA, is reserved for the residents of the property and is not open to the public. The lounge furniture may not be removed from the corresponding room and, in particular, may not be used outdoors. Each tenant is responsible for ensuring the tidiness and cleanliness of the area. Events in the Common Room_HWA must be reserved via the student village website. In principle, use is free of charge. A handover report will be drawn up at the start and end of each event and a deposit (CHF 500.00) will be collected from the tenant. If the Common Room is returned in perfect condition, the deposit will be refunded to the tenant.

c. Laundry room / drying room

A laundry room is available for washing clothes. Washing machines and tumble dryers must be used with care; the relevant operating instructions and any laundry room regulations must be observed. The laundry room and all equipment must be cleaned after each use. Laundry left hanging out or lying around for several days will be disposed of by the Operator without prior warning.

d. Music rooms

The use of the music rooms is permitted between 09:00 and 12:00, aswell as 13:00 to 21:00. Users are responsible for ensuring the tidiness and cleanliness of the music rooms. After use, all items brought into the music room (instruments, sheet music, amplifiers, etc.) must be removed. The management accepts no liability for damage to instruments left in the rooms. Bringing food into the music rooms is prohibited.

14. External area

a. Terraces / courtyard

The terraces and the courtyard are only available to tenants and their visitors. Attention must be paid to ensuring tidiness and cleanliness. Waste must be disposed of by the person who produced it.
Barbecuing is prohibited on the terraces and in the courtyard.

b. Visitor parking

There is no visitor parking is available. However, short-term parking is permitted for leading and unloading purposes with prior agreement with the operator. These parking spaces may only be used for a short time (maximum parking time 3 hours). Visitors who wish to park for a longer period of time must use the public parking spaces.

c. Bicycle spaces

Bicycles must be left in the spaces provided. No bicycles may be brought into the building or in the residential groups. The management reserves the right to remove improperly parked bicycles and to hand them over to the police.

15. 15. Access to the living quarters / inspection

Access to the room must be granted to the administration and operators after prior notification of at least 24 hours. In case of emergencies, the operators may enter the room without prior notice. The kitchen, bathrooms and the other common rooms may be entered by the operators without prior notice.

16. Reporting requirement

Each tenant is obliged to report defects and deficiencies in their room and in the common areas to the Operator immediately.

17. Pets

Pets are not allowed. This also applies to small animals such as rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, snakes, fish, etc.

18. Smoking ban

With the exception of the specially defined outdoor zones, smoking is prohibited on the entire premises. Smoking is not permitted in the corridors and landings, in the apartments and especially not in the rooms.

19. Parabolic reflectors / satellite dishes

The installation of parabolic reflectors is not permitted in the room or in any other areas. Unlawfully installed parabolic reflectors will be removed on behalf of the lessor for a fee. Any notices on the facades or shutters are not permitted. Attaching flower boxes to the facade/balustrade is prohibited.

20. Lift

The regulations posted in the lift must be observed. Operating faults must be reported to the Operator immediately. The lift is to be used with due care.

21. Security

The front door must always be kept locked. The same applies to all other property entrances such as basement room doors.
For safety reasons, all corridors and landings must be kept completely clear. Therefore, no objects of any kind may be placed there. This also applies to corridors in the shared flats.
Any illnesses that could endanger other residents must be reported to the Operator immediately.

22. Internet

Each room has an Internet connection. The lessor draws attention to the fact that it is prohibited to download copyright-protected or illegal files from the Internet. For security reasons, all Internet activity is logged. The installation of WL routers is not permitted. The installation of a switch is allowed.

23. Exclusion of Liability

The management accepts no liability for the theft of items (incl. data) of any kind.

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