Terms and Conditions Cottage Metsäranta – Savoranta – Finland

EXCLUSIVE RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL

Landlord points out that reservations you make are legally definitive. A right of withdrawal (the so-called reflection period) of 14 days does not apply to the agreements that you conclude with the Lessor.

Article 1. General conditions and definitions
These general conditions apply to a temporary lease between landlord and tenant of the cottage Metsäranta, located at the Rommikalliontie 54 B – 58300 Savoranta – Finland.

Tenant: the person who rents the holiday home from the landlord for a certain period and has paid the agreed rental price to the landlord.
Landlord: J.J. van de Graaf, being the one who rents out the holiday home to the tenant.
Rental agreement: agreement between the tenant and the landlord regarding the rent of the cottage.
Owner: the owner of the cottage, or his representative, who makes the cottage available to the tenant in consultation with the landlord.
Rental price: price per overnight stay times the number of agreed overnight stays. The rent can be increased with costs and deposit.
Down payment: the part of the rent that the tenant owes to the landlord upon booking. The deposit now amounts to € 100.00.
Deposit: amount that the tenant pays in advance or upon arrival in the cottage to the owner for any costs, damage or loss for which the tenant is responsible.
Arrival and departure time: the times agreed between tenant and landlord.

Article 2. Realization of lease agreement
The landlord informs the tenant about the rental object, prices and conditions that are important for the realization of the lease. The rental agreement is concluded after the tenant has completely completed and sent the booking on the website of the landlord and after the confirmation of this has been sent to him by the landlord (by e-mail).

Article 3. Payment conditions
Within 5 days after booking by the tenant on the website of the landlord or by e-mail, the deposit must be credited to the bank account specified by the landlord to the tenant. If the deposit has not been credited to the landlord’s bank account within the set period, the rental agreement is deemed not to have been realized. The full rental price must be transferred to the account of the lessor no later than 4 weeks before the start of the rental of the holiday home. If this is not met, the right to rent the cottage will lapse, with due observance of the provisions of article 9.
If the booking is made less than 4 weeks before the start of the rental, the entire amount due must be transferred to the landlord’s account. This amount must be credited to the account of the lessor within 5 calendar days. If the payment is not credited to the landlord’s bank account within the set period, the rental agreement is deemed not to have been realized.

Article 4. Costs
If costs are applicable in addition to the rent, this will be stated on the website of the lessor. The tenant will pay this in the same way as the rent.

Article 5. Deposit
The landlord is entitled to charge a deposit to the tenant. The deposit must be paid in advance to the owner at the time of his request or when he enters the holiday home. The deposit is immediately returned to the tenant by the owner after expiry of the agreed stay, or refunded to his bank account within a week if the deposit has been paid in advance. All this with deduction of any costs of damage caused, defects and / or loss or disproportionate consumption of energy. The possible deduction is reasonable and at the discretion of the landlord.

Article 6. Obligations of the lessor
The landlord ensures that the holiday home is made available to the tenant at the agreed time of arrival in a well-maintained state and in accordance with the booking confirmation.

Article 7. Obligations of the tenant
Upon arrival at the holiday home, the tenant is obliged to inspect the holiday home and the immediate surroundings for any unsafe situations. If in the tenant’s opinion there is an unsafe situation, he will immediately inform the lessor of this. The tenant will give the landlord a reasonable time to put the situation in order.

In the cottage, accommodation is allowed up to a maximum of 4 people, unless otherwise agreed.
Overnight of visitors is only allowed with the prior consent of the landlord and payment of an additional rent to be agreed. It is not allowed to leave people in the holiday home, other than the tenant and any persons or friends, acquaintances or family he has designated. The tenant is responsible for all persons mentioned.

In case of violation of the above provisions, the lease agreement will be terminated with immediate effect and access to the holiday home will be refused. The tenant remains the full rent. After termination of the agreement, the lessor is entitled to rent the rented property directly to another party.

Furthermore, it is not allowed to open closed spaces. When you leave the cottage, even for a short time, the holiday home must be completely closed. In the event of theft or loss as a result of non-compliance with this, the renter will be held liable for the entire damage. You can not smoke in the cottage. In case of fire due to negligence, the tenant will be held liable for the damage.

Normal use of water and electricity is free of charge. If it appears that there is disproportionately high consumption then the actual costs will be charged to the tenant.

Article 8. Arrival and departure from the cottage
Arrival and departure take place on the arrival and departure dates mentioned in the booking confirmation. Arrival of the tenant is permitted between 14.00 and 20.00. Departure must take place before 12.00.

Upon arrival, the tenant checks the holiday home and the immediate surroundings if it is safe in his opinion (see article 7).

Upon arrival, the tenant checks whether the holiday home and inventory are complete and undamaged. If something is damaged or missing, the tenant must report this to the landlord within 24 hours of arrival. He will do his utmost to repair or replace or supplement.

The expected time of departure must be communicated in good time (at least 24 hours in advance) by the tenant to the landlord who inspects the property together with the tenant.

The holiday home is delivered neatly and cleanly by the tenant after the end of the stay. Crockery with accessories is neatly placed back in the cupboards. Moved furniture must be put back in its original position. Damage, defects or missing items must be reported directly to the owner by the tenant.

Article 9. Termination or change of the rental agreement by the tenant
The tenant can not make any changes to a booking made other than after consultation with and approval of the landlord.

In case of total or partial cancellation of the booking of the stay in the property or termination of the lease by the tenant, the following provisions apply:

  • You can cancel every reservation within 10 days from the reservation date without any costs. To do so, you must return the booking confirmation to Cottage Metsäranta in writing (including by e-mail). Cottage Metsäranta will confirm your cancellation upon receipt and will refund you the deposit;
  • – In case of cancellation after 10 days and up to 8 weeks before the start of the rental period, 50% of the deposit will be charged;
  • – In case of cancellation within 8 weeks but 6 or more weeks before the start of the rental period, 100% of the deposit will be charged;
  • – In case of cancellation within 6 weeks but 4 or more weeks before the start of the rental period, 50% of the total rent is due;
  • – In case of cancellation within 4 weeks but 2 or more weeks before the start of the rental period, 75% of the total rent is due;
  • – If canceled less than 2 weeks before the arrival date, the entire rent will be due.

– If you have not arrived within 24 hours of the agreed arrival date without further notice, this is considered a cancellation.
In the event of later employment of or premature termination of the stay in the cottage, the full rent will remain due.
Cancellations must always be reported to the lessor in writing.

Article 10. Termination or change of the lease by the landlord
The landlord can terminate or change the rental agreement in the following cases:

  1. In case of non (timely) payment by the tenant of the rent;
  2. Force majeure, war, strike, natural disaster, extraordinary weather conditions, fire, death of the landlord / homeowner or the family. All amounts paid by the tenant for unexpired overnight stays will be returned to the tenant within 30 days after termination;
  3. Due to circumstances that are of such a nature that renting of the cottage becomes impossible such as: theft of inventory, vandalism to the holiday home and the unauthorized admission of persons as described in article 7. If this is due to the tenant, paid amounts for not yet passed overnight stays will not be returned.

The landlord is not liable for any damage that the tenant suffers as a result of the termination of the contract.

Article 11. Liability and right
The landlord accepts no liability for:

  1. Theft, loss or damage, of whatever nature, to the tenant during or as a result of the rental of and the stay in the rented cottage;
  2. The breakdown or disabling of technical equipment in the cottage, temporary breakdown or malfunctions of water and / or energy management, road and / or construction work in the vicinity of the cottage;
  3. Damage or injury resulting from the use of the cottage, inventory included, or accidents in and around the cottage.

The tenant is jointly and severally liable for all loss and / or damage to the rented property and the inventory thereof, regardless of whether this is the result of acts or omissions of the tenant or third parties that are in or around the rented cottages with the permission of the tenant . In case of improper use or incorrect leaving of the rented cottage, the costs will be charged to the tenant. The landlord will make efforts to provide correct information to the tenant, but is not liable for unexpected inaccuracies and / or incompleteness in the information provided.

Dutch law applies to all disputes between tenant and landlord.

Article 12. Complaints
All complaints relating to the use of the cottage must be submitted to the landlord immediately by the tenant. The tenant will give the landlord sufficient opportunity and co-operation to remedy the complaint within a reasonable time.

If the complaint can not be resolved satisfactorily, it must be submitted in writing and motivated by the tenant to the landlord. Complaints can be submitted within 30 days after the end of the stay in the cottage.