Home Away Agreement

Creating a rental agreement may not be glamorous, but an essential part of protecting your interests when renting your property. A rental agreement sets out the responsibilities of the owner and guests. For example, the landlord agrees to ensure that tenants have a key to enter the premises. Tenants agree not to do anything illegal on the ground. 2.2 The Website only serves as a place where users can interact with each other. Rental contracts are only concluded between the traveler and the partner. HomeAway is not and will not be a party to a contract between the traveler and the partner and, in its status of web hosting, it is not required to play a mediating role between the traveler and the partner in the event of a dispute between them. You acknowledge and acknowledge that the Traveler and partner are responsible for performing the obligations arising from such agreements between the traveler and the partner, that HomeAway is not a party to these agreements, that it does not act as an agent on behalf of partners and that it excludes any liability arising from these agreements, even if the website facilitates the reservation of real estate or the use of other tools. Services or products, as HomeAway is not a party to rental agreements or other agreements between travelers and partners and partners are not considered service providers of HomeAway HomeAway is not an organizer or intermediary of travel packages in accordance with Directive (EU) 2015/2302. You acknowledge and agree that (i) you are fully responsible for these Terms and Conditions of Sale, ii) each rental agreement used, whether it is a template provided by the Site or a rental agreement that is copied by one of the parties into ReservationManager (or any other online booking tool on the Site) and inserted, only at its own risk and cost; (iii) nothing in the booking services, these terms or a standard rental agreement replaces the advice of a lawyer and (iv) that you have been advised to obtain local legal assistance to prepare, verify and revise, if necessary, rental agreements to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws and their particular circumstances, and revise the lease agreement if necessary; to accurately represent the good, rules, characteristics, etc. . .