Swiss tenancy law is characterized by high demand but scarce supply. Tenants in Switzerland are relatively well protected in comparison to other European countries, as rental disputes in Switzerland can claim legal protection even with limited financial means. In the event of a dispute of up to CHF 30,000, access free arbitration is granted. If the parties cannot reach an amicable agreement during this conciliation hearing, the claims must be enforced through further legal proceedings. Thus, within the framework of a rental agreement, the parties (landlord and tenant) still have to deal with complex issues regarding rent, additional costs, defects in the rented property, subletting and termination. We offer you the appropriate legal protection and advise you competently and comprehensively in all tenancy law matters.

We will support you in finding solutions in disputes under tenancy and lease law and will be at your side in all tenancy law issues relating to renting of residential and business premises in a competent and speedy manner. We will also represent you in front of all state arbitration authorities and courts.


  • Contesting a Termination

  • Landlords and Tenants

  • Office and Commercial Enterprises

  • Protection Against Dismissals

  • Rent/Rent Increase

  • Incidental Expenses



Annual training for Zurich notaries

6 November 2023|

Philippe Kaiser gave a lecture together with Dr. Lukas Müller and Diego Benz, who was unfortunately absent due to illness, at the annual training event for Zurich notaries at the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute about their practical experience in connection with virtual

Welcome to Kaiser Odermatt

9 October 2023|

We are pleased to warmly welcome the new members of our law firm team, Alisa Schnabel and Lavderim Ismaili. Her diverse skills will undoubtedly contribute to our ability to provide exceptional legal services to our clients. We're glad

Virtual general meeting in the Zug tax practice

August 28, 2023|

In its latest issue, Zuger Steuerpraxis also dedicates itself to virtual general meetings and meetings of the board of directors. The authors Lukas Müller, Philippe Kaiser and Diego Benz have summarized their ZBGR article and are concentrating on the formulation of simple, reliable practical solutions

Practical Note on Virtual Notarizations

July 7, 2023|

Kaiser Odermatt & Partner has contributed to the practical information on virtual certification! With the change in the law as of January 01.01.2023st, XNUMX, another milestone followed in the digitization of Swiss company law. The Canton of Zug is setting a good example