Tip of the Quill: A Journal
Venue Hire Agreement Sample 1

An event rental agreement is usually established in favor of the owner. The tenant`s right such as the timely delivery of services, the reimbursement of the deposit by the owner, the obligations of the owner are generally not treated in the agreement. As already mentioned, it is very difficult to create a rental contract for places suitable for different types of events. The clauses of a commercial conference are very different from a musical concert. Therefore, there are different clauses that should be added to the agreement in accordance with the nature of the event. Given the nature of the event, there may be separate clauses for: the indemnification clause indemnifies the owner for any damage caused to the staff or property that is managed by the owner. The tenant is responsible for bodily injury, legal fees and reputation suffered by the landlord in connection with the tenant`s use of the premises. On the other hand, the landlord should compensate the tenant for any losses he has suffered as a result of the non-provision of benefits or negligence of the landlord. The limitation of liability clause limits the owner`s liability in cases such as theft, death, injury, bodily injury to the property or tenants, except in cases of negligence of the owner. The landlord may also make a provision limiting his liability if the cancellation is made as a result of a breach of the tenant`s obligation. The cancellation clause defines the conditions under which the tenant can cancel his reservation. The terms, conditions of withdrawal and period of notice of such termination should be agreed by the Contracting Parties.

The cancellation fees charged by the tenant must be expressly indicated in order to avoid any complications. Cancellation fees depend on the size of the event. Questions such as.B. whether cancellation fees are cashing if the event venue is rerouted after cancellation should be addressed in the contract. The owner of the place may also set certain conditions under which he reserves the right to cancel the event at times when the tenant has not fulfilled these conditions. Provisions relating to postponements, modification of the schedules of the event and modifications of the event, such as. B the extension of the booking period, should be dealt with in the clause. Additional payments incurred in these circumstances should be treated accordingly.

A notice period in which the tenant should request the cancellation or postponement of the event should be agreed upon by the parties. It is important to note that this document is only designed to be used if the customer is acting as a consumer and reserves the location of an event or private event. . . .