overseas holiday letting agreement??

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    overseas holiday letting agreement??

    Can anyone let me know if any form of signed agreement/contract needs to be prepared if I want to let out my house in Fuerteventura (Canary Islands, Spain) as a holiday home to paying guests, as you would to say families for a 2 week summer holiday, or can I just advertise the house and take bookings without any kind of signed document. If so would just an invoice with the amount paid and dates of the holiday be sufficient?

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    You certainly need a contract. Look at those in brochures for the kind of things it should contain. Examples are - no liability if holiday cancelled due to force majure (strikes, war etc). Agreement of hirers only to bring number specified in booking to the appartment. Liability for damages. etc etc
    You will need appropriate liability insurance too.
    Get people to sign a booking form with full details agreeing to terms and conditions. Ensure the contract is made under English law.
    A quick scout through brochures for companies who let similar properties should give you a good idea of what you need.
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      Just a coincidence maybe but there is an estate agents called Peter James in Leicester. The person doesn't in fact exist as the two names are the Chrisitian names of the two partners.

      I know, what's this to do with the post?
      The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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