A lease should serve both the needs of the tenant and the owner of the site. These agreements shall be taken into account taking into account the changing nature of the events. The text, the length clauses of these agreements are very different. When entering or leaving, you should never let other people into the building unless they are your responsibility (i.e. your customers). If you let people in from your room, make sure they are your customers. The jurisdiction lease agreement should include a clause relating to the applicable law and jurisdiction, under which the provisions of the contract are interpreted or interpreted. The dispute settlement procedure should be defined in the agreement. For example, if the parties agree to arbitration to settle disputes, it should be clarified whether the arbitration is to be conducted before an individual arbitrator or in any other manner. The parties should also agree on existing legislation and appropriate jurisdiction over dispute resolution. The tenant is responsible for the fact that any catering company or operator responsible for bringing equipment such as bouncy castles to the site has appropriate and appropriate insurance including professional liability insurance.
The lease of the place relates exactly to the period for which the place is available to the tenant. The duration, departure time and end time of access to the meeting room must be indicated in order to avoid any ambiguity. The tenant may need time to make various preparations such as decorating the event. It is therefore important that this clause indicates the exact date from which the tenant can use the space. There may be cases where the landlord may force the tenant to indicate the nature of the public participating in the event and the restrictions imposed on them. In such cases, it may be important to involve the public who can access the event. It is worth mentioning in the agreement all the spaces and spaces located inside the event venue, including the access time granted to the customer. The tenant`s service providers who have access to the reception room should be mentioned.
The maximum number of spectators allowed to access the event should also be included in the agreement. The tenant can also set a provision limiting access for certain employees/employees of the landlord. The recommended practice (especially for meeting a first customer) is to meet your customers at the front door. If you enter after work, you will receive the access code to the front door as soon as you have signed this agreement. This access code is changed twice a year, so please contact the trust to make sure you have the current access code. This code must not be passed on to customers or other persons under any circumstances. b. Rental of workshop, training or meeting rooms: all rooms necessary for groups or for large numbers must be reserved by the reception. These include supervision, workshops, trainings, conferences, meetings and group councils. Reservations are invoiced in advance and invoices are to be paid immediately. has.
General: The tenant of the space is responsible at all times for his own behavior and the behavior of his customers. These include the area in front of the front door of the building. The insurance clause defines the types and limits of insurance policies that the tenant must collect to cover damage caused by the event. . . .