In the dispute over the offer for a lease of the Manor AG in Zurich, the Federal Supreme court noted that the Oscar Weber AG, his contract is not fulfilled contractual obligation, a binding offer for the continuation of the tenancy to submit. Specifically, it deals with the lease for the real estate strass Station 75 and 79. No such obligation existed for the property at Bahnhofstrasse 77.
Manor, and the Oscar Weber AG, which is today dominated by the insurance company Swiss Life, moved for a judgment of the Zurich high court to the Federal court.
in fact, nothing changes but the fact that the Manor will take off at the end of January 2020 from the buildings on Zurich's Bahnhofstrasse. Swiss Life wants to rehabilitate the real estate for approximately 100 million Swiss francs.
The new use of the concept looks from the first basement to the first floor rental space in front of the Store. On the other floors up to the fifth floor offices are provided.
The Oscar Weber AG, presented Manor in October 2010, a Mietofferte for the property Bahnhofstrasse 75 and 79 with a rent of around 19 million francs per year. This should apply to the time from February 2014. The property at Bahnhofstrasse 77, was excluded from the offer.
rent is high
Manor argued that the rent was too high. The house requested a court determination of what happened, however. Swiss Life holding on Monday in a message that the market house in use Were to be the usual rent for a exclusive starting in February of 2014, significantly higher than the amount to pay the Manor, so far, willing to was.
The insurance company also points out, the Manor had since February 2014 without a contractual basis in the house at Bahnhofstrasse 77. This will be taken into account for the obligation to pay the Rent of the Manor from February 2014 to today.
(judgment 4A_653/2018 and 4A_657/2018 from 14.11.2019) (fal/sda)
Created: 25.11.2019, 20:57 PM