GENERAL RENTAL CONDITIONS
Article 1 - Definitions and presentation of the General Conditions
Is hereinafter referred to as "lessor" or "owner": SARL LA BASTIDE D'ALBIGNACLIEU DIT LABASTIDE - 81340 LE DOURN+33. (0)220.127.116.11.44 the owner of the premises offering accommodation (or a set of accommodation) located at LIEU DIT LABASTIDE - 81340 LE DOURN, hereinafter referred to as "accommodation": Any rental contract (hereinafter referred to as "contract") or other written agreement between the landlord and a tenant shall prevail in the event of any conflict between the provisions of these general rental conditions. By default, the clauses of the general terms and conditions make it possible to address points not settled by other specific written agreements.
Article 2 - Inventory of the situation
The owner declares that the premises offered for rent correspond to the characteristics of decent housing as defined by Decree No. 2002-120 of 30 January 2002. an inventory of fixtures and fittings is a document that describes in detail the condition of the dwelling and its equipment, room by room. It is used to determine whether the rented premises have suffered any damage during the rental period. In the event of damage, the owner can compare the inventory of fixtures on entry and the inventory of fixtures on exit to request compensation for damage caused by the tenant. According to article 1730 of the Civil Code, the tenant must return the property as he received it, according to the inventory of fixtures, except what has perished or has been damaged by obsolescence or force majeure. An inventory of the premises on entry and exit is drawn up contradictorily between the parties, i.e. both the landlord and the tenant must be present or represented, and establish together the inventory of fixtures, by agreeing on its content before signing it. The inventory of fixtures must be drawn up in writing in duplicate, signed by the owner (or his representative) and by the tenant. In the absence of an inventory of fixtures, article 1731 of the Civil Code states that the tenant is presumed to have received the dwelling in good condition for rental repairs, and must return it as such, unless proven otherwise (for example by photographs of the dwelling). The tenant is therefore supposed to take and have to return the property in perfect condition.
Article 3 - Obligations of the owner
The owner is obliged to provide the tenant with a clean and generally in good condition dwelling, in accordance with the description of the dwelling. He must make, during the entire duration of the rental contract, all repairs that may become necessary, according to article 1720 of the Civil Code. This does not include rental repairs, as listed by the decree of 26 August 1987. The owner is obliged to maintain the dwelling in a state of readiness for use according to the use for which it was rented and to ensure the peaceful enjoyment of the dwelling. The landlord is obliged to guarantee the tenant against defects or defects in the accommodation that prevent its use, even if the landlord did not know them at the time the rental contract was signed.
If a loss results for the tenant as a result of these defects, the owner is required to compensate him, as stipulated in article 1721 of the Civil Code.
Article 4 - Obligations of the tenant
Arrival and duration of the rental: Unless otherwise specified in the contract, entry into the premises will be from 11:00 am on the first day of rental, and departure before 10:00 am on the last day of rental. If the tenant decides to leave the property early, no partial refund is automatically due by the landlord. The tenant may under no circumstances claim any right to remain in the premises at the end of the stay provided for in the rental contract.
Capacity: The proposed premises are properly equipped for the accommodation on the one hand and the reception of a maximum number of persons specified in the description of the accommodation or in the rental contract on the other hand. Unless expressly authorized by the owner, the tenant undertakes to respect these reception and accommodation limits for the safety of all and the good condition of the premises. If the number of people exceeds the capacity of the accommodation, the owner is able to refuse the additional people or request payment of an additional sum. This refusal can under no circumstances be considered as a modification or termination of the contract at the owner's initiative, so that in the event of departure, no refund can be considered.
Pets: Unless otherwise specified in the contract, some pets are accepted in the accommodation, under the following conditions: Dogs, cats, horses. The tenants who own the pets will be held responsible for any damage to the accommodation caused by their pets. In the event of the owner's refusal to welcome certain animals to the accommodation, this refusal may under no circumstances be considered as a modification or termination of the contract at the owner's initiative, so that in the event of the tenant's departure, no refund can be considered.
Respect for the premises: The tenant is required to use the dwelling as a good family man and to use the premises peacefully, without creating disturbances in the neighbourhood. He must use the accommodation in accordance with the purpose for which it is intended in the rental contract. The tenant is required to maintain the dwelling itself and to return it, upon departure, in a clean condition. In the event of non-compliance with this obligation, the landlord is entitled to claim a lump sum from the tenant to cover the costs of cleaning the accommodation, which amounts to 60 euros.
Seasonal rental is granted only for exclusive residential use. It is therefore prohibited to carry out professional or even commercial activities there. The tenant is required to occupy the premises personally. He may not sublease or assign the lease. The tenant must verify that his liability is covered by insurance covering rental risks. The tenant is required to pay all amounts due, including rent, security deposit and, if applicable, charges and tourist tax on the date agreed in the rental contract.If Internet access is used by the tenant from the rented accommodation, the landlord cannot be held responsible for the misuse of this access; the user of this connection will be considered responsible for any illegal or immoral use of this connection, including illegal downloading of works and files, sending mass e-mails (spamming) and attempting to obtain unauthorised access to a computer or a network.
Article 5 - Urgent repairs
If the dwelling needs urgent repairs that cannot be deferred until the end of the rental contract, the tenant cannot refuse them, even if these repairs cause him inconveniences and even if the tenant is deprived of part of the dwelling for a certain period of time. However, if these repairs take more than 21 days, the rental price must be reduced in proportion to the time and part of the dwelling from which the tenant has been deprived. The tenant may terminate the rental contract in the event that the repairs render the property uninhabitable, in accordance with article 1724 of the Civil Code.
Article 6 - Cancellation or non-presentation, deposit and deposit
Before the effective date of the contract: The owner and the tenant will not be bound by any commitment stipulated in the rental contract or in these general conditions if, on the date specified on the contract, the owner has not returned the signed and approved contract and the requested deposit, or if the owner does not confirm the reservation. If the owner does not comply with the reservation request, the deposit must not be kept by the owner and must be returned to the tenant as soon as possible.
After the effective date of the contract: The amount initially paid by the landlord to the tenant is qualified as a deposit; the landlord and the tenant therefore have the possibility to withdraw. According to article 1590 of the Civil Code, if the tenant withdraws, he loses the deposit paid. If the owner withdraws, he must reimburse the tenant twice the deposit. The amount initially paid in the form of a deposit will be considered as a deposit from 7 days before the first day of the rental, and the tenant will be considered committed and will no longer be able to withdraw simply by losing the sums paid. The instalments imply that the commitment made to the contract is considered final. If the tenant cancels the lease or fails to appear on the date provided for in the contract, the landlord is entitled to charge the tenant 75% of the rent provided for in the contract if he is unable to find a new tenant for the period in question. In the event of cancellation of the rental contract by the owner after payment of a deposit, the tenant may claim compensation from the owner for the damage suffered.
Article 7 - Security deposit
Upon arrival and delivery of the keys, the landlord is entitled to require the tenant to pay a security deposit provided for in the contract to cover any damage to the dwelling and the movable objects that furnish it, or if necessary to reduce the rental charges not included in the rent if this is provided for in the contract. Any lost, broken, damaged or damaged item must be replaced or refunded to the owner at its replacement value by the tenant who undertakes to do so. This non-interest-bearing security deposit may under no circumstances be considered as payment of part of the rent, and will be refunded after return of the keys and after deduction, if necessary, of repairs or rental charges, upon departure of the tenant or at the latest within 3 months after this departure. The landlord must then provide the tenant with proof of the amounts deducted from the security deposit. The return of the keys to the owner at the end of the rental period does not imply that the owner has waived compensation for rental repairs if he proves that the damage was caused by the tenant.
Article 8 - Insurance
The landlord may require the tenant to be insured by an insurance company known to be known against the risks of theft, fire and water damage, both for his rental risks and for the furniture rented, as well as for the recourse of neighbours, and justify this at the landlord's first request. The landlord declines any responsibility for the recourse that his insurance company may exercise against the tenant in the event of a claim.
Article 9 - Other remarks
For the execution of the present contract, the parties elect domicile at their respective addresses indicated in the contract. In the event of a dispute, the competent court shall be that of the situation of the rented premises. If any provision of these terms and conditions is found to be unlawful, void or for any other reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from the terms and conditions and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions.
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Admission is only allowed after registration at reception.
Persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by their parents or legal guardians.
Anyone who has to stay at least one night in the campsite must present their identity documents at reception and complete the required formalities.
Arrivals and departures
Rentals will be allocated upon arrival.
Late arrivals should be reported to the campground/leisure park as soon as possible. Your reservation will be held for 24 hours. After this period, the management reserves the right to re-let your rental.
No refunds or discounts in case of bad weather, late arrivals or early departures.
Dogs must be kept on a leash and under the constant supervision of their owners.
Guide / assistance dogs are accepted free of charge on the site.
Pitch: a deposit of €200.00 is required on arrival and will be refunded on departure in exchange for the badge for the door/pass for the fence/key to the toilet.
You must follow management's instructions when setting up your tent/unit and any related equipment.
One or more motorcycles can be brought instead of one or more included cars.
In case you have a complaint, please inform the reception immediately. Complaints that are not brought to the attention of management during your stay can no longer be processed once you have left the site.
The grocery store is open between 01/01 and 31/12.
The management reserves the right to refuse access or terminate the stay of clients whose behaviour is deemed inappropriate and contrary to the commitments entered into. No refund will be made.
Radio, music players and television should be set at a low volume. Door and trunk closures should be as discreet as possible.
The bar and/or restaurant is open between 01/01 and 31/12.
Activities and entertainment are offered between 01/05 and 31/10.
Discount and gift cards cannot be used for reservations made through Pitchup.com.
Refunds within the specified cancellation period are only possible if the site is able to reallocate your unit/location.
Rentals: a deposit for damages / household / wristband of 200.00 € is requested on the day of arrival and will be returned to you on departure after checking the rental if no damage, loss has been noted and if it is returned in a perfectly clean state.
Your rental must be made clean and tidy; a fine of €60.00 will be charged in case of poor cleanliness at the time of departure.
Changes to your holiday
Reservations cannot be changed within 30 day(s) before arrival.
Access to the swimming pool is strictly reserved for guests of the campsite.
The outdoor swimming pool is open between 01/05 and 30/10 (subject to weather conditions).
There are no staff at the reception after 6:30 p. m. Please inform the site on the way if you plan to arrive after this time, so that the team can give you the necessary information about your unit / location.
Safety and security
Firearms are not allowed.
Open fires are prohibited
The tourist tax/eco tax is included in the price.
Visitors to the site
Visitors are not allowed in the campsite.
Traffic is prohibited between 22:00 and 06:00.