Withdrawal from the contract & termination of stay
Before the start of the tenancy, the tenant can withdraw from the tenancy agreement by means of a written declaration to the landlord. The day on which the lessor receives the declaration of withdrawal is decisive. If the tenant withdraws from the rental contract, he has to pay flat-rate compensation for the expenses already incurred by the lessor and the lost profit in the following amount, provided that another rental is not possible: Withdrawal - up to 49 days before the start of the rental: 10% of the rental price - up to 35 days before the start of the rental: 75% of the rental price thereafter and in the event of no-show): 100% of the rental price. (2) If the tenant breaks off the stay prematurely, he remains obliged to pay the full rental price. (3) The tenant reserves the right to prove that the landlord suffered no or significantly less damage as a result of the withdrawal. When withdrawing from the contract, the tenant can name a replacement tenant who is willing to take his place in the existing contractual relationship. The landlord can object to the entry of the third party if this appears economically or personally unreliable. (4) The landlord also tries to find a replacement tenant. (5) The statutory withdrawal and termination options remain unaffected.
The tenant undertakes to treat the rental property and inventory extremely carefully. Culpably caused damage to furnishings, rented rooms or the building as well as the associated systems are to be reimbursed by the tenant if and to the extent that it was culpably caused by him or his accompanying persons or visitors. (2) The tenant is obliged to check the facility for completeness and serviceability upon arrival and to report any complaints to the landlord / administrator in a suitable form. This also applies to damage occurring during the rental period. (3) The tenant undertakes to comply with the house rules.