Terms and conditions: holiday property
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- Plain English makes editing easy
- Guidance notes included
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About this document
This is a set of terms for renting a holiday property. It is designed to be a document that you don't negotiate and redraw for each new client, but rather one that once edited, would be given as standard to every person or group that lets your property.
You could also post this on your property's website (if it has one). Note though that if you take bookings online, you may need additional T&C, which we provide here.
It is suitable for letting property anywhere in the world. You may have a villa in Southern Europe, a cottage in the Lake District, a city flat, or a ski chalet.
Your clients might stay one night, or a couple of months. It is not suitable for a business letting or for a holiday stay of more than four months (simply to avoid the guests acquiring tenancy rights in law).
We use plain English language. The advantage is that the document is not only easy to edit, but also your guests will understand their obligations to look after your property.
We have an alternative version - a slightly fuller holiday accommodation letting agreement set out as an contract to be signed.
- All basic information about the owner and the property
- Rent, deposit against good behavior
- Large menu of items setting out what the guests may and may not do
As with all Net Lawman documents, we include explanatory notes, also in plain English, to guide you as to how edit the document.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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