This agreement is entered into by and between Morton and Furbish Vacation Rentals (Agent) on behalf of the owner of this property (owner) and (guest) responsible for the actions of his family and guests. The customer rents to the owner, for use as a holiday home, the premises described under “rental property” for a term starting on the date of arrival at 16:00 or later and ending on the date of departure before 10:00, as indicated in this agreement. Please contact our office if you arrive late on the day of your check-in or if you leave early. Or rather, how much? Be sure to provide details about the fees the customer will pay. For example, total rental fee, deposit, deposit, cleaning fee. You can also list any additional (and optional) paid services such as catering, pet fees or use of the jacuzzi. Not only who are you, but who rents your home? The agreement should include your full name as the owner and the names of all guests who will be staying at your accommodation on the dates indicated. A checklist of what is included in the rent is a useful tool for check-in and check-out. Even the most ordinary things (beaches, boats, swimmers, canoes and kayaks) can be dangerous for an untrained or inexperienced operator. Please pay attention to your rental.
Your safety is our biggest concern, so if you have any questions about any of these items, ASK FIRST and don`t use them until you`re sure you can do it safely. If amenities (including the beach, any type of boat, swimmer, raft, deck, sidewalk, dock, jacuzzi or other amenities) are available for your use, assume full responsibility and risk for their use. Neither the owners nor their representatives make any assurance as to the soundness or safety of such amenities. If anyone in your party uses any amenities with or without the Owner`s permission, this measure shall be construed as a statement of that person`s competence to handle or use it safely, and the Owner and Agent are in no way legally liable for any damage or violation of persons or property resulting from such use. . . .