Reservation Information: Provisions that will indicate if a reservation in being held in a renter's name and will include the
applicable credit card information.
Security Damage Agreement: This is particularly important in rentals, as disagreements often arise over alleged damages
and how the security deposit will be charged, and/or returned.
Check-In/Check-Out Procedure: This is a helpful provision that outlines a procedure for checking in and checking out of the rental.
Use and Enjoyment of the Premises: By law, a tenant is entitled to a certain degree of use and enjoyment of the property.
This provision will set out what the premises has to offer and assures the renter that they will meet their expectations in terms of enjoyment. This provision sets out specific matter such as smoking, alcohol consumption, and whether pets are allowed.
Hold Harmless Provision: A hold harmless provision is an important element to be included. This will ensure that the renters will
protect the owners from any liability that may result during the rental term such as from an accident or illness.
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