The following house rules apply to the rented property:
The tenant should be aware that the property is a real home, surrounded by neighbours and that the rules of the Homeowners’ Association must be respected. The working standards of the Owners’ Committee of the building, in which the property is located, must be respected, as well as the proper use of the common elements and fixtures of the building. Nuisance, unhealthy, harmful, risky and illegal activities are prohibited. The tenant must not disturb the peace and occupancy of the building and must refrain from activities that may disturb the peace of residents or neighbours.
The tenant must respect neighbours by keeping noise levels low, not only in the leased premises but also in the stairwells. Noise should be kept to a minimum between 9pm and 10am.
No parties are allowed in the premises.
Smoking is strictly prohibited in the flat and in the building. A fine of 500€ will be charged if the tenant smokes in the flat.
During the stay, the tenant must deposit waste as indicated by the owner at check-in.
Always lock the main door of the rented property completely with the key when going out. If a set of keys is lost, a fine of 50€ will be charged in addition to the cost of making a new one.
Every effort has been made to prepare the rented property properly for the tenant, so that the tenant feels as relaxed and comfortable as possible during their stay. The tenant is obliged to treat the rented property well with care so that it is left at the end of the rental period as he/she found it at the beginning.
When checking out, the flat must be left CLEAN. The dishes should be done, the rubbish removed from the flat, the fridge emptied, etc. If the apartment is left dirty, cleaning costs may be charged.
Failure to comply with any of the above house rules will be considered as a serious fault on the part of the tenant, entitling the OWNER to terminate the rental agreement immediately, without prior notice, in which case the tenant will be obliged to pay to the OWNER compensation in the amount of one full month’s rent for this fault (in addition to any other possible charges for compensation for damage allegedly caused by the tenant to the flat).