Author: Rebecca Stempel

Government Council Introduces Compulsory Forms in the Canton of Lucerne as of 1st November 2021

From 1st November 2021, landlords in the Canton of Lucerne are required to disclose the previous rent to the tenant when concluding a rental agreement and to justify any increases...

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Remarks on the Requirement for Vaccination Certificates for Academic Courses

With the start of the academic year at universities and institutions of higher education in Switzerland, there is a great deal of debate regarding the requirement for vaccination certificates in order to attend courses...

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Studhalter & Meier Rechtsanwälte AG welcomes its new partners!

We are pleased to announce that Armin Gilg, Artan Sadiku and Ralf Voger, all of whom have been with Studhalter & Meier Rechtsanwälte AG for many years, are now partners...

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Useful Information Concerning “Holidays”

Holiday is defined as the exemption from the obligation to work while, at the same time, receiv-ing one’s salary. As important as holidays are for employees’ relaxation, it is equally important...

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We Congratulate Artan Sadiku on the Successful Completion of the CAS Criminal Procedure Law Programme

Studhalter & Meier Rechtsanwält AG congratulates Attorney at Law Artan Sadiku on the successful completion of the CAS Criminal Procedure Law programme...

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Legalised Cannabis Cultivation and Sale Under the Label of Science

With the Ordinance on Pilot Trials for the Controlled Dispensing of Non-Medical Cannabis (BetmPV), a legal basis has now been created for the implementation of scientific pilot trials for dispensing cannabis products...

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The Property Purchase Contract, Part II – Legal Risks for the Buyer

A property purchase contract always involves large sums of money, which is why it is important for the parties to take as few risks as possible and to protect themselves from the existing risks in the best way possible...

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Domestic Violence in Switzerland

Domestic violence is not uncommon in Switzerland. According to the Federal Statistical Office, there were almost 20,000 cases of domestic violence registered by the police in 2019 alone, as well as more than 40,000 consultations and emergency assistance requests falling within the framework of victim support....

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