Terms and conditions: holiday property

A non negotiable "terms and conditions" document for the property owner to submit with an offer of accommodation or to be posted on a website.

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About this document

We have two versions of this document. This one is drawn as a "terms and conditions" document which is non-negotiable. You can send it out in response to an enquiry or post it on your website. The alternative is a slightly fuller version set out as an agreement to be signed. Find it at Holiday house letting agreement.

We also have a version drawn specially for letting a holiday caravan at Holiday caravan letting agreement.

This document is suitable for letting property anywhere in the world. It is in plain English but very comprehensive.

Application and features

  • Comprehensive terms for letting a house, flat or villa to a group of people for a holiday;
  • Suitable for a period of up to three months, but more usually one or two weeks;
  • Not suitable for a business letting or a holiday letting for more than three months (simply to avoid the tenant acquiring tenancy rights at law - more likely, the longer they remain).

Contents

  • All basic facts;
  • Rent, deposit against good behavior;
  • Large menu of good behaviour "promises" setting out what tenant can and cannot do
  • Explanatory notes.
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This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current South Africa law.

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