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General rental conditions

1. Conclusion of contract
The rental agreement for the attached holiday apartment is binding when the attached rental agreement/booking confirmation has been received by the landlord or the down payment has been made. The holiday apartment is rented to the tenant for the specified contract period exclusively for use for holiday purposes and may only be occupied by the maximum number of people specified in the rental contract.

2. Rent and additional costs
The agreed rental price includes all flat-rate additional costs (e.g. for electricity, heating, water). A deposit of at least 30% of the total price is due upon conclusion of the contract. The remaining payment must be made no later than 45 days before the start of the rental period.

3. Deposit
If the contracting parties have agreed on a deposit, the tenant pays the landlord a security deposit of EUR 100 for the furniture and equipment provided upon arrival, optionally presenting a credit card.

4. Lease Period and Inventory List
On the day of arrival, the landlord will make the rental property available to the tenant from 3 p.m. in the contractual condition. The tenant is asked to check the inventory list in the rental property immediately after his arrival and to notify the landlord or the contact person named by him of any missing items no later than the day after arrival. The removal – even temporary removal – of objects from the apartment is strictly prohibited. On the day of departure, the tenant must hand over the rented property to the landlord by 10:00 a.m. at the latest in a swept clean condition. The tenant still has to do the following work himself: removing the bed linen, washing the dishes and emptying the wastepaper baskets and rubbish bins.

5. Withdrawal by the tenant
The tenant can withdraw from the rental contract before the start of the rental period by means of a written declaration to the landlord. The time of receipt of the declaration of withdrawal by the landlord is decisive. If the lessee withdraws from the rental agreement, he must pay a lump-sum compensation for the expenses already incurred by the lessor and the lost profit in the amount of the down payment. The remaining fee will be refunded to the renter up to 45 days before the start of the rental. After these 45 days, the full fee must be paid.

6. Termination by Landlord
The lessor can terminate the contractual relationship before or after the start of the rental period without notice if the lessee does not make the agreed payments (down payment, final payment and deposit) on time despite a prior reminder or otherwise behaves in breach of contract to such an extent that the lessor has a continuation of the contractual relationship is not reasonable. In this case, the landlord can demand compensation from the tenant for the expenses incurred up to the point of termination and for the loss of profit.

7. Cancellation of the contract due to extraordinary circumstances
The rental contract can be terminated by both parties if the fulfillment of the contract is made considerably more difficult, endangered or impaired as a result of force majeure that was not foreseeable at the time the contract was concluded. e.g. by fire or similar. Both contracting parties are released from their contractual obligations. However, you must reimburse the other contracting party for services already rendered.

8. Renter's Obligations
The tenant undertakes to treat the rental property and its inventory with all due care. The tenant is liable for culpable damage to furnishings, rented rooms or the building as well as the systems belonging to the rented rooms or the building if and to the extent that it was culpably caused by him or his companions or visitors. The tenant must immediately notify the landlord or the contact point designated by him of any damage occurring in the rented premises, unless he is obliged to remedy it himself. The lessee is liable to pay compensation for consequential damage caused by failure to notify the tenant in good time. Rubbish, ashes, harmful liquids and the like must not be thrown or poured into sinks, sinks and toilets. If blockages occur in the sewage pipes due to non-compliance with these provisions, the person responsible bears the costs of the repair. In the event of any disruptions to the systems and facilities of the rented property, the tenant is obliged to do everything reasonable to help remedy the disruption or to minimize any damage that may occur. The tenant is obliged to inform the landlord or, if applicable, the property management immediately of any defects in the rented property. If the lessee fails to report this, he is not entitled to any claims due to non-fulfilment of the contractual services (in particular no claims to a reduction in rent).

9. Lessor Liability
The landlord is liable for the accuracy of the description of the rental property and is obliged to provide the contractually agreed services properly and to maintain them throughout the rental period. The lessor's liability for damage to property from tortious acts is excluded unless it is based on an intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty by the lessor or his vicarious agents. The landlord is not liable in cases of force majeure (e.g. fire, flooding, etc.).

10. animal husbandry
Animals, especially dogs and cats, are allowed on request.

11. Smoking inside the rooms
Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the rooms. In the event of an infringement, a fee of 1,500 euros will be charged, as the rooms have to be completely renovated. Smoking outside the apartment is allowed in the covered possibility provided for this purpose.

12. Amendment of the contract
Subsidiary agreements, changes and additions to the contract as well as all legally relevant declarations must be in writing.

13. House Rules
The separate house rules apply.