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New Brunswick Vacation Property Weekly Rental Agreement Form


New Brunswick Vacation Property Weekly Rental Agreement Form
New Brunswick Vacation Property Weekly Rental Agreement Form
VACATION PROPERTY WEEKLY RENTAL AGREEMENT
Property Owners: William & Barbara O’Hearn
Property Managers: Michael & Barbara Fiori
(506) 833-1110
[email protected]
4 Snow’s Lane (@ Main Street), St. Martins, New Brunswick
Renter: Name: ____________________________________________________
Address: __________________________________________________
Home Phone: __________________ Cell Phone: __________________
Email: ____________________________________________________
License Plate ___________________ Prov./State_ _______________
This Rental Agreement covers the rental period Sunday, ______________________, 2012 to
Sunday, ________________________, 2012 for the rental property located at 2363 Route 111,
St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada. This Rental Agreement covers the Renter and party
(_______ adults and ______ children, age 15 and under) staying in the rental property for the
foregoing rental period.
1. MINIMUM AGE: The Renter must be the owner of the credit card used for the rental deposit and rental
fee and must be over the age of 25. If the minimum age is not met, the Renter and party will not be
permitted to occupy the rental property and will be subject to forfeiture of the rental deposit and/or rental
fee.
2. RENTAL FEE and PAYMENTS: The weekly rental fee for the rental property is $800. A rental
deposit of $200 (25% of the rental fee) is required at the time of reservation. The rental deposit will be
applied toward the total rental fee of the rental property. Payment of the rental deposit will be made by
credit card (Visa or MasterCard). PLEASE NOTE: This rental deposit is not part of the damage deposit
(see point number 5, below). The balance of $600 (75% of the rental fee) is due upon check-in and must
be paid prior to occupancy of the rental property. The balance of the rental fee may be paid in cash, by
debit or by credit card (Visa or MasterCard).
3. MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY: The rental property has two bedrooms, which sleep a total of four people.
One additional person is permitted to stay in the rental property at the cost of an additional $75 per week.
PLEASE NOTE: no additional beds or bedding are available.
The Renter is permitted to invite guests to the rental property; however, parties are not permitted and
guests may not stay over night as the purpose of the rental property is to provide a relaxing vacation
“home away from home” for the Renter and party. Furthermore, the Renter and party and guests will not
cause any loud conversations, music, television or other irritating noise that disturbs the peaceful
enjoyment of any other residents in the area at any time.
4. FALSIFIED RESERVATIONS: Any reservation obtained under false pretence will be subject to
forfeiture of the rental deposit and/or rental fee, and the Renter and party will not be permitted to occupy
the rental property.
5. DAMAGE DEPOSIT: A damage deposit of $400 will be applied to the Renter’s credit card at the time
of check-in. The damage deposit is NOT applied towards the rental fee. The damage deposit is fully
refundable within seven (7) days of departure, provided the following provisions have been met:
a. The Renter and party and guests have used the rental property, including the premises, furniture,
fixtures, grounds and any other and all amenities in a responsible manner.
b. No damage has been done to the rental property or any of its contents, beyond normal wear and
tear.
c. No furniture or any effects have been removed from the rental property.
d. The rental property, including the premises, furniture, fixtures, grounds and any other and all
amenities have been left in basically the same condition and state of cleanliness as they were
New Brunswick Vacation Property Weekly Rental Agreement Form
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