General terms and conditions of sale
ARTICLE 1: DEFINITION
DREAM LIVING : 583 Route de Grande Rochelle , 97224 DUCOS
Mobile phone number: 06 96 03 76 65
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The tenant is a natural or legal person who uses the rented property.
The provision of rental accommodation is the provision of accommodation to a tenant for a specified period.
ARTICLE 2: DESIGNATION OF THE ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation refers to one of the properties offered: Villa Rosa Blanca and all the facilities explicitly highlighted at the time of booking and inseparable from the accommodation.
The lessor undertakes to provide the lessee with accommodation that complies with the regulations in force, in good working order and in a perfect state of cleanliness.
Address of the accommodation : Petit Macabou – 97280 Vauclin
ARTICLE 3: PURPOSE OF THESE GENERAL RENTAL CONDITIONS
The accommodation is not intended to be rented as a principal residence or for mixed professional and principal residence use. Consequently, the respective rights and obligations of the parties (lessor and lessee) shall be governed by the stipulations of the present general conditions, by the modified decree of 28 December 1976 and, failing that, by the provisions of the civil code.
The premises covered by these conditions are rented furnished on a seasonal basis.
ARTICLE 4: DURATION OF THE SEASONAL RENTAL
The landlord rents the accommodation to the tenant on the dates specified in the rental agreement.
The arrival of the tenant is planned from 5 p.m. on the first day of the rental period and the departure at 10 a.m. on the last day of the rental period.
The lease ceases by operation of law on the expiry of the term agreed by the two parties at the time of booking, without the need for the lessor to give notice of termination. It may not be extended without the prior agreement of the lessor or his representative.
At the beginning of the rental period, the lessor will give the tenant the keys and instructions for the accommodation.
ARTICLE 5: NUMBER OF PERSONS STAYING IN THE ACCOMMODATION
The present contract is established for a precise number of persons defined at the time of the reservation and the signature of the rental contract.
ARTICLE 6: RENTAL PRICE AND CHARGES
The parties have agreed to set the rent at the fixed amount set out in the rental agreement for the entire duration of the rental period described in the rental agreement.
A cleaning fee of 300€ is added to all rentals.
The compulsory tourist tax of 1.30€ per day is also added to the rental cost.
ARTICLE 7: RESERVATION/ACCOUNT/PAYMENT
In order to proceed with the booking of the accommodation, the tenant commits to make a 100% online payment before the beginning of the rental period.
The reservation becomes firm and definitive after payment of the deposit and receipt of the accepted contract.
ARTICLE 8: SECURITY DEPOSIT
The Tenant shall give the Landlord, upon arrival in the accommodation, a cheque in the amount of 3000 € as a security deposit intended to cover damage and/or deterioration of the accommodation and the furniture and objects furnishing the accommodation caused by the Tenant, as well as the loss of keys or objects.
The security deposit will be returned to the Tenant within a maximum of 10 days after his departure, after deduction, if applicable, of the sums covering damage and/or deterioration of the accommodation and the furniture and objects furnishing the accommodation caused by the Tenant, as well as the loss of keys or objects.
ARTICLE 9: ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING
The rental of the accommodation is concluded intuitu personae for the sole benefit of the tenant identified at the head of the contract and for the number of persons indicated in the rental contract.
Any transfer of the present lease, any total or partial subletting, any provision -even free of charge-, are strictly forbidden. The Tenant may not make the premises available, even free of charge and/or by loan, to a person from outside his household who is not registered and defined at the time of booking.
ARTICLE 10: INVENTORY OF FIXTURES AND INVENTORIES
An inventory of fixtures and fittings is made available to the tenant on entering the accommodation.
If the inventory of fixtures and the inventory are not drawn up and signed by the lessor, or his representative, and the tenant simultaneously (contradictory inventory of fixtures and inventories), the inventory of fixtures and the inventory drawn up by the lessor alone and given to the tenant on entering the accommodation may be contested by the tenant within a period of 48 hours following entry into the accommodation. In the absence of a dispute by the Tenant within this 48-hour period, the inventory of fixtures and fittings carried out by the Landlord and communicated to the Tenant on entering the premises shall be deemed to have been accepted without reservation by the Tenant. An inventory of fixtures and an inventory will be drawn up by the parties at the end of the rental period, each keeping a signed copy.
In the absence of an inventory of fixtures and/or inventory at the end of the rental period, or if the lessee establishes the inventory of fixtures and/or inventory on his own at the end of the rental period, the absence of any dispute by the lessor within 48 hours following the end of the rental period shall be deemed to constitute the return of the premises in good condition and/or a complete inventory.
ARTICLE 11: DECLARATION BY THE LESSOR
The lessor declares that he/she is the owner of the accommodation and has free disposal and full enjoyment of it during the period defined in the rental agreement.
ARTICLE 12: OBLIGATIONS OF THE LESSEE
– The Tenant shall use the rented accommodation and furniture and equipment peacefully in accordance with the purpose for which they were provided in the lease and shall be liable for any damage or loss that may occur during the term of the contract in the premises of which he has exclusive use. He may not include persons in addition to those provided for in the contract.
– The Tenant shall maintain the rented accommodation and return it in a good state of cleanliness and repair at the end of the contract. If items listed in the inventory are broken or damaged, the lessor may claim their replacement value.
– The tenant undertakes to respect the accommodation’s capacity (i.e. a maximum of 8 people). He may not invite guests without the written agreement of the owner.
– They must avoid any noise that might disturb their neighbours, particularly that emitted by radio, television and swimming pool equipment.
– The tenant must be discreet when using the pool (no shouting, jumping, swimming too early or too late to disturb the neighbours). The pool is shallow and diving head first is not permitted.
– Parties and evenings with music are strictly forbidden in the accommodation.
– Animals are not allowed.
– The villa is non-smoking, it is strictly forbidden to smoke inside the accommodation
– At the end of the rental period, the accommodation must be returned in a clean and tidy condition: rubbish bins emptied, bed linen and towels collected at the foot of the beds, dishes washed and put away, dishwasher emptied.
– If the accommodation is returned abnormally dirty, the tenant undertakes to pay for the cleaning that the landlord is obliged to carry out.
Bioclimatic pergolas must be closed in rainy weather and as soon as the tenant leaves the accommodation, any damage linked to water intrusion by the pergola on the furniture or paintings will be charged to the tenant, a fixed amount of 300 € will be requested.
– The cleaning at the end of the stay does not include the cleaning of the barbecue. The tenant must return the barbecue in the same state of cleanliness in which it was lent to him, in which case he will be asked to pay a cleaning fee of 50 €.
Failure to comply with any of the above obligations will result in a reduction in the security deposit, in proportion to the damage. The Tenant may not exercise any recourse against the Landlord in the event of theft or damage to the rented premises.
ARTICLE 13: CANCELLATION
If the Tenant renounces the rental less than 60 days before the start of the rental period, he/she is liable for 50% of the rent, and 100% if the renunciation occurs less than 30 days before the start of the rental period. However, if the lessor considers that the rental cannot be carried out under the normal conditions provided for in the contract, following an incident (swimming pool breakdown, last minute work, fire, water damage, force majeure, illness or other, etc.), the lessee will have his reservation cancelled and reimbursed in full within a maximum period of 90 days and will not be entitled to any compensation of any kind.
Special clause: In the event of force majeure specific to COVID-19 (closure of airports / cancellation of flights / confinement) not allowing the tenant to begin his stay in the villa, the lessor undertakes to offer the tenant a full refund of the sums already paid or a postponement of the rental dates. A postponement of the dates will be the subject of an amendment and a price readjustment if the new period chosen does not correspond to the same season and the same price as that shown on the present contract.
ARTICLE 14: INSURANCE
The lessor must take out comprehensive insurance for the rental period to protect against rental risks (water damage, fire, etc.). A copy of the insurance policy may be requested by the Tenant on arrival. The Tenant undertakes to provide the Landlord with a copy of his civil liability insurance.
ARTICLE 15: TERMINATION BY OPERATION OF LAW
In the event that the Tenant fails to fulfil one of the contractual obligations, the present lease shall be terminated as of right. This termination will take effect after a period of 48 hours following a simple summons by registered letter or letter delivered by hand which has remained unsuccessful.
ARTICLE 16: ELECTION OF DOMICILE
For the execution of the present contract, the lessor and the lessee elect domicile in their respective residences. However, in the event of a dispute, the court of the lessor’s domicile shall have sole jurisdiction. The present contract and its consequences are subject to French law.