The Tenant is obliged to:
• To occupy places only in a conventional way, to the exclusion of the exercise of any trade, profession or industry, the tenant recognising that this lease was only granted to him as a temporary and recreational residence, a major condition without which the lease would not have been granted to him.
• Do nothing that, because of him or the people accompanying him, could harm the tranquillity of the neighbourhood or other occupants.
• Occupy the premises personally and not UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES sub-let, even free of charge, nor transfer their rights to this rental except with written agreement from the Lessor.
• Do not exceed the occupancy capacity of the property. The rented premises must not, under any circumstances, be occupied by more people than indicated, except with prior agreement of the Lessor. If the Tenant contravenes this clause, the Lessor may seek the Tenant’s liability.
• Do not store or remove, under any circumstances, furniture, except for linen and small items.
• Make no modification or changes in the layout of the furniture or ornaments; nor transport out of the rented property the furniture and objects garnishing it.
• Do not introduce any pets into the rented property without prior authorisation from the Lessor, the possibility of which being subject to the fact that the animal does not cause any damage or disturbance in the vicinity.
• Not to use the Internet access for purposes contrary to the legal provisions, in particular as to the prohibitions of reproduction, representation or communication of works protected by a copyright.
• To leave during the rental period, in the rented places, any urgent works necessary which cannot be postponed.
• Inform the Alpine Residences agency, within 24 hours of arrival, of any anomaly found (including incomplete inventory or cleanliness problem). After this period, the leased property will be considered to have been handed over in a clean and functioning condition at the entrance of the Tenant.
• Inform the Alpine Residences agency immediately of any damage or incident occurring in the rented premises, even if no apparent damage results.
• Maintain the rented premises and return them in good condition at the end of the stay.
• Be responsible for loss and damage that occurs as a result of the actions of people in the group occupying the premises during their stay in the property, unless they can prove that this took place not through their fault or the fault of the persons mentioned above.
The Tenant agrees to be insured (multi-risk habitation insurance) against the rental risks he is liable for during the entire rental period, so that the agency will not in any case be found responsible on this subject.