Limit of People Per Cottage
The Tenant shall identify to the Landlord in writing the names of those persons who will occupy the Cottage under the Lease agreement during the Term.
No more than one (1) family may occupy one cottage. A family means no more than two adults and two children. A family with more than two children may occupy one cottage provided that no more than two children of these children are older than thirteen (13) years of age.
Alternatively, no more than two (2) couples (or four (4) non-related adults) may occupy one cottage.
Please note that these are strict limitations imposed upon the Landlord by the Romanian Ministry of Tourism and any violation of these occupancy limitations may lead to the Tenant’s immediate eviction without refund.
Day guests of the Tenant are permitted to visit the Tenant at the Property and to access the Cottages and Common Areas only upon prior consent being obtained from the Landlord and provided that: the day guests comply with all Tenant obligations hereunder; no day guest may spend the night in the Cottage.
The Tenant remains fully liable and shall immediately reimburse the Landlord for any damages, loss or theft caused to the Property by its guests.
Violation of these limitations may lead to the Tenant’s immediate eviction without refund.
Entry by Landlord. The Tenant allows the Landlord (and those authorized by it), at reasonable hours and with prior notice, to enter the Premises for the purposes of (1) maintenance, cleaning, decoration, alteration, replacement and repair of any part of the Property, (2) inspection of the Property, (3) compliance with any law, (4) compliance with this Lease or (5) for the provision of any services. Following reasonable notice, or in an emergency, the Landlord may immediately access the Property.
Compliance. To comply promptly and diligently with (1) applicable law, (2) the Landlord’s regulations from time to time for management or use of the Property, (3) recommendations and maintenance manuals relating to the Property and any machinery or equipment on the Property, (4) any requirement or recommendation of any insurer and (5) any requirement or recommendation of any fire or similar authority relating to access, equipment or apparatus. To comply with the Landlord’s requirements concerning the regulation of noise, fumes, temperature and other matters to ensure that other tenants of the Property are not disturbed.
Activities. Not to do anything on, or bring anything into, the Cottage or Property which causes or may cause (1) a nuisance, annoyance, injury or damage to the Landlord or any other tenant or occupier of the Property, (2) a noise or vibration which can be heard or felt in any other premises on the Property or outside the Property or (3) use any noxious or deleterious substance to damage or obstruct any part of the Property or pollute the air or water. The Tenant shall not hold any large or noisy parties or gatherings at the Property and covenants to the Landlord that it will take all prudent measures, and exercise all reasonable standards of care, to eliminate the risk of fire, explosion or other damage which may arise as a result of the use of the Property.
Costs. To indemnify the Landlord on demand for all losses and costs incurred in procuring compliance by the Tenant (or attempting to do so) with the terms of this Lease, including any direct or indirect costs incurred by the Landlord upon termination of the Lease (and any court procedure).
Return of Premises. On expiry of the Term, or earlier termination, of this Lease, to return the Property to the Landlord (1) in the same condition as at the Commencement Date (normal wear and tear excepted) and consistent with the Tenant’s obligations under this Lease, (2) cleaned and free of any equipment, personal items and refuse, and (3) together with all keys and any equipment and other items which are the Property of the Landlord or which are affixed to the Property.
Rights of the Landlord
All legal rights of ownership of the Property remain vested with the Landlord.
To immediately terminate this Lease and evict the Tenant or any of its guests, should they fail to observe the Tenant Obligations.
To deny access to the Premises or to evict from the Property any Tenant or Tenant guests whom, in the Landlord’s discretion, are boisterous, disruptive or otherwise not complying with the provisions of this Lease.
To enter the Property (or instruct those authorised by Landlord), at reasonable hours and with prior notice, for the purposes of (1) maintenance, cleaning, decoration, alteration, replacement and repair of any part of the Property, (2) inspection of the Property, (3) compliance with any law, (4) compliance with this Lease or (5) for the provision of any services. In an emergency, the Landlord may immediately access the Property without need of notice to the Tenant.
Obligations of the Landlord
Warranties concerning the Property. The Landlord warrants that, as at the date of this Lease, it is the sole owner of the Property and has the power and authority to enter into this Lease. The Landlord further warrants the free and unobstructed access to the Property by the Tenant.
Quiet enjoyment. So long as the Tenant complies with its obligations under this Lease, the Landlord does not interrupt the Tenant’s quiet enjoyment of the Premises (except as authorized under this Lease).