Holiday Letting Agreement
If you own a property which is suitable for letting out as a holiday home for short periods of time, you can use this agreement to set out the terms of the lease. By setting these terms and conditions you can ensure that nothing undesirable will come to pass during the client’s occupation of your property.
This document can be used to establish:
- the price of the rent and deposit to be paid
- terms for cancellations and refunds
- the terms under which the premises will be occupied
- guest obligations and restrictions, as well as their responsibility for any loss or damage
Alongside this document you will need to prepare an inventory, setting out the contents of the property and the conditions of the furnishings, and you should ask your tenants to sign this.
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