Employment law is defined in the Swiss Code of Obligations and governs the relationship between employers and their employees.
Private construction and real estate law covers issues relating to the construction and use of buildings.
Inheritance law governs how a testator’s assets are transferred to one or more people.
Family law concerns partnerships, separations, divorces and child-related matters.
Company law covers the legal aspects of associations and stock corporations.
Liability law determines how loss or damage caused and psychological suffering are compensated.
Tenancy law governs the relationship between lessors who rent out a property and tenants who pay rent in return.
Criminal law prosecutes certain acts that are considered harmful to social co-existence.
Road traffic law contains rules that apply to vehicles and the conduct of drivers on public roads.
Contract law covers the conclusion, impact and termination of agreements and contracts.