Ask your landlord or your landlord’s representative (real estate agency) to sign and return the original rental guarantee certificate to SwissCaution. Once we receive the signed original certificate from your landlord, you will be automatically released from paying the annual premium of the following year.
If your landlord has any claims against you (for damage or non-payment of rent), and if you agree, SwissCaution will directly pay your landlord the sum claimed up to the maximum amount of your rental guarantee. SwissCaution will simultaneously exercise its right of recourse against the tenant(s) for reimbursement of the amount advanced to your landlord.
Do not forget to contact your insurer (third-party liability/household insurance) to check if those costs could possibly be covered.
To quickly receive a rental guarantee for your new commercial premises, you need to register for a new SwissCaution rental guarantee based on your new lease contract.