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The landlord is subject to the Swiss Data Protection Act and, to the extent applicable, the General Data Protection Regulation.


Responsible for data collection and data processing according to Art. 13 Para. 1

Letter a of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the landlord according to the rental agreement


This data protection declaration informs you about which personal data is collected and for what purpose and what rights you are entitled to.


Personal data is information that relates to an identified or identifiable person, including first and last name, date of birth, telephone number, home address, etc.


  1. Inquiries and bookings (contracts)

If you send the landlord an inquiry or booking, he will provide the relevant information required to answer the inquiry or copy of the rental agreement, including first and last name, address, dates of stay, names of participants, telephone number(s), dates of stay, booked services. This data processing takes place on the basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 Letter a (voluntary information on your part) and Art. 6 Para.


2. Duration of data storage and its deletion

The landlord will store the data for as long as this is necessary to process your request and the landlord no longer has any legitimate interests in storing it. In the event of a contract being concluded, the landlord must store data relating to the course of business for 10 years due to legal provisions. A previous deletion is not possible.


3. Processors

The data is stored by a processor located in Switzerland or located in the EU/EEA and with which a corresponding order processing contract has been concluded. Article 28 GDPR


4. Passing on the data to key holders and other service providers

If necessary, the landlord will transmit the data to the key holder (including first and last name, arrival date and time, participant names) and to other service providers so that the contract can be correctly fulfilled. Only the data necessary for the correct fulfillment of the contract will be transmitted.

This data transfer takes place in accordance with Art. 6 Para. 1 Letter b GDPR for the correct fulfillment of the contract.


5. Disclosure of data to authorities

The landlord, or possibly the key holder, is legally obliged to register foreign guests with the responsible authorities, whereby first and last names, date of birth, home address, means of transport, vehicle number, arrival and destination, arrival and departure date and type of ID card and ID card number can be recorded (in the case of families traveling together, only the data of one parent or spouse is recorded). According to local legislation, the landlord and/or key holder may be required to collect this information from Swiss citizens as well. It may be that a private or semi-private institution is entrusted with the further processing of this task. The landlord is entitled to pass on data on the basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 Letter c GDPR, as there is a corresponding legal obligation.



6. Pursuit of Legitimate Interests

The landlord reserves the right to pursue legitimate interests (e.g. to enforce claims or claims for damages) or if a criminal offense is suspected, the data of the tenant or of housemates and guests to the responsible authorities or to commission third parties to enforce their rights. The transfer of data in accordance with this provision takes place to protect legitimate interests within the meaning of Art. 6 Para. 1 Letter f DSGVO.


7. Information about the landlord's offers

The landlord can inform the tenant about his offers in the future. This service is based on Art. 6 Para. 1 Letter f GDPR, to protect the legitimate interests of the landlord and on the basis of Art. 3 Para. 1 Letter o CH-UWG and Section 7 Para. 3 D-UWG (if sent by electronic mail ). The recipient has the right to unsubscribe from this service at any time by contacting the lessor at the address specified in the contract (e.g. by email). The respective information will contain a corresponding notice regarding the termination of this service. The legality of the data processing that took place up to the point of revocation remains unaffected.

If there are any questions about data protection, the tenant should contact the landlord directly.


8. Your rights to information, correction, deletion, etc.

The lessee has the right to request information from the lessor about which personal data has been processed about him and the right to correction, deletion, restriction of data processing and objection to the processing as well as the right to data portability.


If you have any questions about data protection, you can contact the landlord at his address on the rental agreement.


9. The landlord does not carry out automated individual decisions.


10. Right to appeal to the supervisory authority

Your right to contact the competent supervisory authority remains unaffected.


11. Changes to this Privacy Policy

Changes in data protection regulations may be necessary due to legal or technical developments or business decisions.

The data protection declaration will be adjusted accordingly.

The current version can be found at


Mrs Pfund,

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