Conditions of Let
The Contract effected between the Hirer and the Owner of the property is in terms of Schedule 4 Section 8 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1998 and confers on the Hirer the right to occupy the property for the period agreed for holiday purposes only.
The receipt of a signed booking form and initial deposit is treated as a firm booking and if accepted, the Hirer becomes liable for the full balance of charges which are payable 28 days prior to the commencement date of the holiday. Non-payment of the balance of hire charges by the due date will result in the owner treating the property as being available for re-booking.
If the Hirer cancels a confirmed booking he/she remains liable for payment of the full cost of the holiday. Upon receipt of written confirmation of cancellation from the Hirer the owner will endeavour to re-let the property and if successful will make a Full refund to the Hirer less an administration and booking fee of £75 and any other expenses incurred in the re-letting.
The Hirer is responsible for the condition of the property and its entire contents during the hire period, fair wear and tear excepted.
The Hirer will make good any damage or loss and leave the property and contents In a clean and tidy condition.
Electricity is included.
The number of persons occupying the property must not exceed the maximum occupancy level stated in the brochure without the prior consent of the owner. The owner reserves the right to terminate the tenancy without notice or refund in the case of a breach of this condition.
A condition of the contract that no responsibility is accepted by the owners for any accident or mishap to persons or property whilst on the premises or whilst engaged in any activity therefrom, or from illness or injury arising from any cause whatsoever.