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13. Other note / Lease liabilities
The leasing liabilities are recorded in the balance sheet as short- and long-term on the basis of the economic approach, which includes all leasing contracts with the exception of short-term contracts (up to 12 months term) and low-value assets. The right-of-use is capitalized in the balance sheet and the leased assets are depreciated over the term of the lease.
|in CHF||Asset class||Useful life||2021||2020|
|Position of balance|
|Property, plant, equipment and lease (rights-of-use assets)||Vehicles||3 years||5 583||15 842|
|Office spaces||5 years||304 575||391 597|
|IT equipment||5 years||4 349||6 721|
|Total rights-of-use assets||314 507||414 160|
|Total Leasing liabilities (short- and long-term)||315 421||409 910|
|Position of income statement|
|Depreciation (rights-of-use assets)||–99 389||–55 777|
|Interest expenses lease liabilities||–4 331||–2 859|