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House Rules / Terms & Conditions / Rental Agreement

 

Below are the House Rules for our homes.  Each home is different and, likewise, each Rental Agreement will be different.  Upon booking this home, you will be asked to sign a Rental Agreement that states all of the below rules as well as any waivers (also detailed below) unique to each property.  This is simply for our records, but you are bound to the terms and agreements listed below upon booking.

 

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THIS IS A VACATION RENTAL AGREEMENT UNDER THE NORTH CAROLINA VACATION RENTAL ACT. THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES TO THIS AGREEMENT ARE DEFINED BY LAW AND INCLUDE UNIQUE PROVISIONS PERMITTING THE DISBURSEMENT OF RENT PRIOR TO TENANCY AND EXPEDITED EVICTION OF TENANTS. YOUR SIGNATURE ON THIS AGREEMENT, OR PAYMENT OF MONEY OR TAKING POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY AFTER RECEIPT OF THE AGREEMENT, IS EVIDENCE OF YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE AGREEMENT AND YOUR INTENT TO USE THIS PROPERTY FOR A VACATION RENTAL.

1. PAYMENTS: Payments must be submitted as either one full payment or two payments if your check-in date is more than 60 days away. Each payment must be submitted with one check or one credit card. We do not have the ability to split payments among groups. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding. Please make payments in the form of traveler’s checks, bank money orders, cashier’s checks or personal checks payable to Yonder. If you prefer to use a credit card, we accept the four major cards. The security deposit is NOT charged prior to your arrival date, and notification of any issues & subsequent charges will be sent within ten (10) days of checkout.

2. CANCELATIONS: Cancelations that are made more than ninety-one (91) days prior to the arrival date will be eligible for a full refund, minus a $350.00 service charge. Cancelations or changes that result in a shortened stay, that are made within ninety (90) days of the arrival date, forfeit fifty percent (50%) of all rental fees, up until sixty-one (61) days prior to check-in. Cancelations made within sixty (60) days of stay will forfeit all rental fees, except cleaning fees and applicable taxes. Early departure does not warrant a refund of rent. *
* Email constitutes effective written notice and is governed by the timestamp of email receipt.

3. HANDLING OF FUNDS: Yonder handles all trust funds appropriately per the NC Vacation Rental Act and NCREC Escrow Account Regulations.  Per the NC Vacation Rental Act, fifty percent (50%) of your rental fees may be disbursed upon receipt. Any third-party fees such as the processing fee and any concierge fees may be disbursed prior to arrival as well. The remaining fifty percent (50%) of your rental fees, the cleaning fee, and taxes will be held in our Escrow Account until your check out date.  ALL TRUST FUNDS ARE HELD IN AN INTEREST BEARING ESCROW ACCOUNT AT ASHEVILLE SAVINGS BANK; 11 CHURCH STREET; ASHEVILLE, NC 28801.

4. DAMAGE:  Your credit card information will be kept on file, but will not be charged unless damages are accrued during your stay and assessed at inspection. The security deposit is NOT applied toward rent; and will never be charged, provided the following provisions are met. You will be notified if damages and charges are to be assessed.
a. No damage is done to unit or its contents, beyond normal wear and tear.
b. No charges are incurred due to contraband, pets or collection of rents or services rendered during the stay.
c. All debris, rubbish and discards are placed in waste baskets, and soiled dishes are placed in the dishwasher and cleaned.
d. Any keys are left either in Lock-Box or with owners, and unit is left locked.
e. All charges accrued during the stay (e.g. pay per view movies) are paid prior to departure.
f. No linens are lost or damaged.
g. NO Early check-in or late check-out without prior approval of owners.
h. The renter is not evicted by the owner (or representative of the owner) or the local law enforcement.
i.  Gas grill is turned off fully, and no additional propane gas is wasted.  Tank will be checked for level before & after check-out.
NOTE: Guests are financially responsible for any and ALL damages to the property during their stay.  Guests understand that there is NO limit to their financial responsibility.  Any and ALL damages will be charged to the credit card on file.

5. MINIMUM AGE:  All renters &/or guarantors must be of legal adult age.

6. FALSIFIED RESERVATIONS:  Any reservation obtained under false pretense will be subject to forfeiture of all payments, deposit and/or rental money, and the party will not be permitted to check-in.

7. WRITTEN EXCEPTIONS: Any exceptions to the above-mentioned policies must be approved in writing in advance.

8. MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY: You must abide by the maximum occupancy limits of the home that you book.

9. ADDITIONAL SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS:  You are more than welcome to bring any blow-up mattresses that you can fit in the home as long as the number of overnight guests does not surpass the maximum occupancy.  Please note; however, that we do not provide bedding or linen for these additional sleeping arrangements. If you chose to utilize this option, you will need to bring your own sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, and washcloths. We DO provide all of those things for every bed in the home (i.e. for every person that the house “sleeps in beds”); however, if you’d like to utilize the maximum occupancy for this home, you will need to furnish the rest.

10. CHECK IN/CHECK OUT TIMES: CHECK-IN TIME IS AFTER 4 P.M. EST AND CHECK-OUT IS 10 A.M. EST. No early check-ins without prior arrangement with Yonder. (You will be charged a $50 fee for every 30 minutes past checkout time, IF, you have not received prior permission for late check-out*.)
*-please inquire if you would like to request early check-in or late checkout.

11. NO SMOKING:  This is a NON-SMOKING rental.

12. PETS:  Some Yonder homes allow pets while others do not.  You will be required to sign and honor the applicable pet policy. (Both policies are included for your review.)

13. LOST ITEMS:  If anyone in your group leaves behind an item, we are happy to return it to you as quickly as possible.  We understand these things happen on occasion and will assist in any way possible; however, there will be an additional fee for this service, simply to cover our time/costs in handling. This fee will include a $35 handling fee, (for our time), plus any shipping costs, which we will not know until the item has been shipped. This may be charged to the card we have on file for you or another card if provided.

14. BUGS:  Ladybugs (or more correctly, “Japanese Beetles”) & “Stinkbugs” are now a naturally occurring phenomenon in NC.  They do occasional appear inside of the homes, most often without warning; however, they are completely harmless.  Our cleaning crew does clean them up prior to each stay (if present), and vacuums are provided for your use during your stay.  Unfortunately, neither of these bugs can be exterminated; therefore, neither Yonder nor the owners can be held responsible if they are present, and no refunds will be given for the presence of these bugs.

15. MAINTENANCE ISSUES: Yonder spends a great deal of time and effort insuring the integrity and upkeep of all the systems in all of our homes, but even so, sometimes “things break”.  When this occurs, Yonder will make every effort to correct the situation, and/or make your stay as comfortable as possible considering the circumstances. Yonder nor the home owner can be held responsible for any “system” breakdown, including but not limited to any appliances or amenities.  Except as provided in the “MANDATORY EVACUATIONS” section below, if, at the time guest is to begin occupancy of the property, the home owner or Yonder cannot provide the property in a fit and habitable condition or substitute a reasonably comparable property in such condition, the homeowner and Yonder shall refund to the tenant all payments made by the tenant.

16.  MANDATORY EVACUATIONS: If State or local authorities order a mandatory evacuation of an area that includes this home, the guest under the vacation rental agreement, whether in possession of the property or not, shall comply with the evacuation order. The guest shall not be entitled to a refund from Yonder or the home owner because qualifying trip insurance has been offered; which, if purchased, would compensate guest for losses or damages resulting from loss of use of the property due to a mandatory evacuation order.

17. STORM POLICY/ROAD CONDITIONS:   In the event of a storm, Yonder will make every effort to ensure the home is accessible for your stay; however, no refunds will be given for storms or other “natural events” or “natural disasters”, such as blizzards, hurricanes, etc; so long as the home remains fit and habitable.  Mountain roads can be curvy & steep, and can be icy, please use caution.  We do not issue any refunds due to road conditions or other effects from storms or other events.  Plan accordingly, and/or obtain trip insurance to cover unforeseeable events or “acts of God”.

18. EXPEDITED EVICTION: This agreement is subject to the “Expedited Eviction Proceedings” dictated in the North Carolina Vacation Rental Act.  The exact verbiage is provided later in this agreement for your review.

19. TRAVEL INSURANCE: Travel insurance is available from Travel Guard, to learn more follow the link below or call Travel Guard at 877.249.5376.
http://www.travelguard.com/agentlink.asp?ta_arc=320983&pcode=

20. NC VACATION RENTAL ACT: This agreement is covered by the NC Vacation Rental Act.  If you have any questions please contact us directly, and/or refer directly to the NC Vacation Rental Act.  http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/statutes/statutelookup.pl?statute=42a

21. LIABILITY WAIVERS: Some of our homes include various items for which we require liability waivers.  These items include pools, hot tubs, lakes, the intercostal water way, playgrounds, trampolines, docks, fragile furnishings, etc.  If the home you book has any of these items, you will be asked to sign a liability waiver at the time of booking.  All of these waivers are included for your review.

22. NEIGHBORHOOD: Some of our homes are within private communities which enforce their own rules and regulations.  If the home you book is within one of these communities, your contract may include some additional verbiage regarding these rules and regulations.  All of these regulations are included for your review.

 

 

Acceptance

 

PAYMENT OF MONEY OR TAKING POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY AFTER RECEIPT OF THE AGREEMENT, IS EVIDENCE OF YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE AGREEMENT AND YOUR INTENT TO USE THIS PROPERTY FOR A VACATION RENTAL.

By accepting these terms and conditions, you are submitting an electronic signature. You will be asked to sign a copy of this contract for our records upon booking; however, by submitting this electronic signature, you are agreeing to all of the terms outlined in this contract. Please carefully read the entire contract prior to submitting an electronic signature.

If you prefer to submit a written signature you may do so by by booking directly with Yonder instead of online.  Simply call or email us and we will send you a copy of this contract via email for you to printing, signing each applicable page, and returning to Yonder in one of the following ways:

1. Scan the signed contract to your computer and e-mail it to info@yondernc.com
2. Fax the signed contract to (828) 333-9323
3. Mail the signed contract to:
Yonder
16 Church Street
Suite 100
Asheville, NC 28801

If you would like, we can also print off a copy of this contract and mail it to you. If you would like for us to do this, please let us know and provide us with the address to which the contract should be sent.

 

Claims &/or Disputes

 

Any claim or dispute which may arise between the Guest (Contracting Party) and Yonder (as legal representative of both Yonder and the Owners of the vacation rental) arising out of, or relating to, the Agreement or the breach thereof by either party, shall be addressed between the Guest and the Broker-in-Charge for Yonder.  IF said claim or dispute cannot be agreeably settled, then the issue shall be decided by the governing courts through legal representation retained, separately by each party involved.  However, all parties agree to 1st pursue settlement, with legal counsel if desired, through 3rd party mediation, mediator and location of mediation to be agreed upon by both parties.  If initial mediation fails, prior to pursuing a trial, but after filing a lawsuit, both parties agree to again attempt 3rd party mediation. The failure of either party to exercise any rights granted hereunder shall not operate as a waiver of any of those rights.  The laws of the State of North Carolina will govern this Agreement, and any legal actions will be commenced and handled in Buncombe County.
Expedited Eviction Proceedings.

 

§ 42A-23.  Grounds for eviction.
(a)        Any tenant who leases residential property subject to a vacation rental agreement under this Chapter for 30 days or less may be evicted and removed from the property in an expedited eviction proceeding brought by the landlord, or real estate broker as agent for the landlord, as provided in this Article if the tenant does one of the following:
(1)        Holds over possession after his or her tenancy has expired.
(2)        Has committed a material breach of the terms of the vacation rental agreement that, according to the terms of the agreement, results in the termination of his or her tenancy.
(3)        Fails to pay rent as required by the agreement.
(4)        Has obtained possession of the property by fraud or misrepresentation.
(b)        Only the right to possession shall be relevant in an expedited eviction proceeding. All other issues related to the rental of the residential property shall be presented in a separate civil action. (1999-420, s. 1.)

§ 42A-24.  Expedited eviction.
(a)        Before commencing an expedited eviction proceeding, the landlord or real estate broker shall give the tenant at least four hours’ notice, either orally or in writing, to quit the premises. If reasonable efforts to personally give oral or written notice have failed, written notice may be given by posting the notice on the front door of the property.
(b)        An expedited eviction proceeding shall commence with the filing of a complaint and issuance of summons in the county where the property is located. If the office of the clerk of superior court is closed, the complaint shall be filed with, and the summons issued by, a magistrate. The service of the summons and complaint for expedited eviction shall be made by a sworn law enforcement officer on the tenant personally or by posting a copy of the summons and complaint on the front door of the property. The officer, upon service, shall promptly file a return therefor. A hearing on the expedited eviction shall be held before a magistrate in the county where the property is located not sooner than 12 hours after service upon the tenant and no later than 48 hours after such service. To the extent that the provisions of this Article are in conflict with the Rules of Civil Procedure, Chapter 1A of the General Statutes, with respect to the commencement of an action or service of process, this Article controls.
(c)        The complaint for expedited eviction shall allege and the landlord or real estate broker shall prove the following at the hearing:
(1)        The vacation rental is for a term of 30 days or less.
(2)        The tenant entered into and accepted a vacation rental agreement that conforms to the provisions of this Chapter.
(3)        The tenant committed one or more of the acts listed in G.S. 42A-23(a) as grounds for eviction.
(4)        The landlord or real estate broker has given notice to the tenant to vacate as a result of the breach as provided in subsection (a) of this section.
The rules of evidence shall not apply in an expedited eviction proceeding, and the court shall allow any reasonably reliable and material statements, documents, or other exhibits to be admitted as evidence. The provisions of G.S. 7A-218, 7A-219, and 7A-220, except any provisions regarding amount in controversy, shall apply to an expedited eviction proceeding held before the magistrate. These provisions shall not be construed to broaden the scope of an expedited eviction proceeding to issues other than the right to possession.
(d)       If the court finds for the landlord or real estate broker, the court shall immediately enter a written order granting the landlord or real estate broker possession and stating the time when the tenant shall vacate the property. In no case shall this time be less than 2 hours or more than 8 hours after service of the order on the tenant. The court’s order shall be served on the tenant at the hearing. If the tenant does not appear at the hearing or leaves before the order is served, the order shall be served by delivering the order to the tenant or by posting the order on the front door of the property by any sworn law enforcement officer. The officer, upon service, shall file a return therefor.
If the court finds for the landlord or real estate broker, the court shall determine the amount of the appeal bond that the tenant shall be required to post should the tenant seek to appeal the court order. The amount of the bond shall be an estimate of the rent that will become due while the tenant is prosecuting the appeal and reasonable damages that the landlord may suffer, including damage to property and damages arising from the inability of the landlord or real estate broker to honor other vacation rental agreements due to the tenant’s possession of the property. (1999-420, s. 1.)

§ 42A-25.  Appeal.
A tenant or landlord may appeal a court order issued pursuant to G.S. 42A-24(d) to district court for a trial de novo. A tenant may petition the district court to stay the eviction order and shall post a cash or secured bond with the court in the amount determined by the court pursuant to G.S. 42A-24(d). (1999-420, s. 1.)

§ 42A-26.  Violation of court order.
If a tenant fails to remove personal property from a residential property subject to a vacation rental after the court has entered an order of eviction, the landlord or real estate broker shall have the same rights as provided in G.S. 42-36.2(b) as if the sheriff had not removed the tenant’s property. The failure of a tenant or the guest of a tenant to vacate a residential property in accordance with a court order issued pursuant to G.S. 42A-24(d) shall constitute a criminal trespass under G.S. 14-159.13. (1999-420, s. 1.)

§ 42A-27.  Penalties for abuse.
A landlord or real estate broker shall undertake to evict a tenant pursuant to an expedited eviction proceeding only when he or she has a good faith belief that grounds for eviction exists under the provisions of this Chapter. Otherwise, the landlord or real estate broker shall be guilty of an unfair trade practice under G.S. 75-1.1 and a Class 1 misdemeanor. (1999-420, s. 1.)

 

Additional Waivers

 

Listed below are all of the possible waivers or additional verbiage that you may see on your contract, depending on the home.  For instance, if the home that you rent has a hot tub, you will see the hot tub liability waiver policy.

 

Pet Policy for Pet-Free Homes: (if applicable)

By agreeing to these terms and conditions, you recognize and confirm that you have read all of the Rules & Regulations, but also have specifically read, understand, and will abide by the policies regarding NO pets.  Specifically, that we have a “NO pets” policy, and that this policy is strictly enforced.

By agreeing to these terms and conditions, you understand and accept that you will be charged a $500 fee for any violations of this policy, and additionally, may be asked to leave the property if you violate this specific rule.

We have these policies in effect for our guests’ safety, hygiene, & well-being.  Our goal is to provide a very luxurious, safe, and highly enjoyable experience for all of our guests, and we appreciate your cooperation and assistance.

 

 

Pet Policy for Pet Friendly Homes: (if applicable)

By agreeing to these terms, you recognize and confirm that you have read all of the Rules & Regulations prior & following, but also have specifically read, understand, and will abide by the policies regarding pets.  Specifically, that we have a “pets” policy, and that this policy is strictly enforced & outlined below.

1. Pets permitted are ONLY dogs, and they must be at least one (1) year old.
2. Pet Fee is set at $200/dog.  2 dogs per stay maximum. If you are bringing a pet, you are responsible for notifying us and providing payment.
3. All pets must comply with the following specifications, (documentation from an accredited veterinarian must be provided by Guest upon request):
a) Must be at least one (1) year of age or older
b) Must be spayed or neutered
c) Must be up to date on rabies vaccinations and all other vaccinations. Heartworm preventive is highly recommended.

4. Guest is responsible for cleaning up all pet refuse, on property & in neighborhood.
5. Pets are not allowed on furniture at any time.  Any evidence of pets on furniture may incur additional cleaning fees.
6. All pets are to be treated with a topical flea & tick repellent three (3) days prior to arrival.  Fleas & ticks are rampant in this area and can cause harmful or fatal illness to both humans and pets.
7. Must not cause damage to premises or furnishings.  If damages are caused, the total cost of the damage may be applied to the Security Deposit, with no limit.
8. Guest shall prevent pets from producing excessive noise at a level that disturbs the neighbors.
9. Pet(s) will not be left unattended for any undue length of time, either indoors or out.  Pet will not be left unattended on the balcony, patio, or porch.
10. Yonder/Homeowner assumes no responsibility for illness or injury that may occur to either pets or humans while on the premises, or in the surrounding neighborhood. By signing this page, you understand and accept that you will be charged a minimum $500 fee for any violations of this policy, and additionally, may be asked to leave the property if you violate this specific rule.
We have these policies in effect for our guests’ safety, hygiene, & well-being.  Our goal is to provide a very luxurious, safe, and highly enjoyable experience for all of our guests, and we appreciate your cooperation and assistance.

 

Child Safety & Liability Waiver for homes with upscale furnishings: (if applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented is decorated with “high end” furnishings and décor and has not been “child-proofed” and is not set up as specifically “child-friendly.”

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to pay for any and all actual damages, if any, caused by such child.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. The total cost of any such damages will still be the responsibility of the Guest.

Guest agrees to this condition and agrees to supervise any child at all times while in the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner harmless and to indemnify Homeowner for any injuries to child while in &/or on the Property.

 

Pond, Trampoline, and Playground Liability Waiver (If applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented has a swimming pond for use by guests (in season), and that the use of the pond and surrounding area are at the guests “own risk”.  Guests assume full responsibility and liability for usage of these facilities.  When not “in season”, Guest is responsible for safety and avoidance of pond area by everyone staying or visiting home.

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for child’s safety.  This includes use and access to the pond, trampoline and playground areas.  There are NO lifeguards on duty, and Guests are solely responsible for monitoring children and others at ALL times.  The Owner and Yonder accept NO responsibility for anyone’s safety, nor liability for misuse or accidents.

Guest agrees to all these conditions and agrees to supervise any child or others at all times while staying at the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner & Yonder harmless, and to indemnify Homeowner & Yonder for any injuries to anyone while using the pond, the trampoline, the playground area, and in the home &/or on the Property.

Additionally, Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for damages to the dock, equipment, trampoline and playground area.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. Any such damages exceeding the $1,000 Security Deposit will still be the responsibility of the Guest.
Hot Tub Liability Waiver (if applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented has an above-ground hot tub for use by guests, and that the use of the hot tub and surrounding area are at the guests “own risk”.  Guests assume full responsibility and liability for usage of these facilities.  When not use, Guest is responsible for safety and avoidance of hot tub area by everyone staying or visiting home.

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for child’s safety.  This includes use and access to the hot tub.  There are NO lifeguards on duty, and Guests are solely responsible for monitoring children and others at ALL times.  The Owner and Yonder accept NO responsibility for anyone’s safety, nor liability for misuse or accidents.

Guest agrees to all these conditions and agrees to supervise any child or others at all times while staying at the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner & Yonder harmless, and to indemnify Homeowner & Yonder for any injuries to anyone while using the hot tub, the hot tub area, and in the home &/or on the Property.

Additionally, Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for damages to the hot tub, equipment, and deck area.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. The total cost of any such damages will be the responsibility of the Guest.

All guests are encouraged to shower and shampoo prior to entering the hot tub, and to avoid usage if they are experiencing any signs of illness, are carrying specific germs, or have open wounds.  Hot tubs can be havens and incubators for germs due to the temperature & inherent environment.  Yonder & the owners accept NO responsibility for any illness, transmission of germs or otherwise related to, or the result of using the hot tub.  (PLEASE NOTE: the hot tub is cleaned and serviced after every guest per the regulations and guidelines provided by the NC State Health Department, by a Health Dept. Certified technician.  As required by state regulations, a schedule and service summary are kept locked on property, and copies can be provided if requested.)
Pool Liability Waiver (if applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented has an in-ground swimming pool for use by guests (in season), and that the use of the pool and surrounding area are at the guests “own risk”.  Guests assume full responsibility and liability for usage of these facilities.  When not “in season”, Guest is responsible for safety and avoidance of pool area by everyone staying or visiting home.

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for child’s safety.  This includes use and access to the swimming pool.  There are NO lifeguards on duty, and Guests are solely responsible for monitoring children and others at ALL times.  The Owner and Yonder accept NO responsibility for anyone’s safety, nor liability for misuse or accidents.
Guest agrees to all these conditions and agrees to supervise any child or others at all times while staying at the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner & Yonder harmless, and to indemnify Homeowner & Yonder for any injuries to anyone while using the pool, the pool area, and in the home &/or on the Property.

Additionally, Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for damages to the pool, equipment, and deck area.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. The total cost of any such damages will still be the responsibility of the Guest.

 

Lake/Playground Liability Waiver (if applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented has a lake for use by guests (in season), and that the use of the lake and surrounding area are at the guests “own risk”.  Guests assume full responsibility and liability for usage of these facilities.  When not “in season”, Guest is responsible for safety and avoidance of pond area by everyone staying or visiting home.

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for child’s safety.  This includes use and access to the lake and playground areas.  Swimming is NOT permitted & there are NO lifeguards on duty, and Guests are solely responsible for monitoring children and others at ALL times.  The Owner and Yonder accept NO responsibility for anyone’s safety, nor liability for misuse or accidents.

Guest agrees to all these conditions and agrees to supervise any child or others at all times while staying at the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner & Yonder harmless, and to indemnify Homeowner & Yonder for any injuries to anyone while using the lake, the playground area, and in the home &/or on the Property.

Additionally, Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for damages to the dock, equipment, and playground area.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. Any such damages exceeding the $1,000 Security Deposit will still be the responsibility of the Guest.

 

Trampoline and Playground Liability Waiver (if applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented has a trampoline and playground for use by guests, and that the use of the trampoline, playground and surrounding area are at the guests “own risk”.  Guests assume full responsibility and liability for usage of these facilities.

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for child’s safety.  This includes use and access to the trampoline and playground areas.  Guests are solely responsible for monitoring children and others at ALL times.  The Owner and Yonder accept NO responsibility for anyone’s safety, nor liability for misuse or accidents.

Guest agrees to all these conditions and agrees to supervise any child or others at all times while staying at the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner & Yonder harmless, and to indemnify Homeowner & Yonder for any injuries to anyone while using the trampoline and playground area, and in the home &/or on the Property.

Additionally, Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for damages to the trampoline and playground area.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. Any such damages exceeding the $1,000 Security Deposit will still be the responsibility of the Guest.

 

Waterway & Dock Liability Waiver (if applicable)

Guest specifically acknowledges that the property to be rented is bordering the Intercostal Waterway and has a dock; both of which are available for use by guests, and that the use of the Waterway, dock and surrounding area are at the guests “own risk”.  Guests assume full responsibility and liability for usage of these facilities.

If Guest chooses to bring a child, (or children), to the property, then Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for child’s safety.  This includes use and access to the Waterway and dock areas.  Swimming is permitted but there are NO lifeguards on duty, and Guests are solely responsible for monitoring children and others at ALL times.  The Owner and Yonder accept NO responsibility for anyone’s safety, nor liability for misuse or accidents.

Guest agrees to all these conditions and agrees to supervise any child or others at all times while staying at the home. Guest further agrees to hold Homeowner & Yonder harmless, and to indemnify Homeowner & Yonder for any injuries to anyone while using the waterway, the dock and the surrounding area, and in the home &/or on the Property.

Additionally, Guest agrees to accept full responsibility for damages to the dock, equipment, and surrounding area.  This includes any necessary repair and/or replacement of item, if repair to previous condition is not possible. The total cost of any such damages will still be the responsibility of the Guest.

 

Fairview Forest HOA Rules (if applicable)

1. No outdoor fires of any kind, including bonfires, campfires, fire circles, and chimineas are prohibited in Fairview Forest.

2. Fireworks of any kind are prohibited in Fairview Forest.

3. Discharging of firearms is prohibited in Fairview Forest.

4. Decorations: Display signs, balloons, etc. may not be displayed outside of the house or anywhere in the community.

5. Trespassing on Neighbors’ Property: Fairview Forest is a private residential community. Please respect neighbors’ rights to privacy.
It is a condition of booking Vali Hi that guests do not either intentionally or unintentionally trespass on neighbors’ properties.  Vali Hi is situated such that you are always on the property via vehicle or on foot if you stay within the “cleared” areas.  By simply avoiding hiking into unmarked and forested land from the home itself will avoid any possible issues.  Trespass is illegal and such occurrence may be reported to law enforcement.  If a guest trespasses on a neighbors’ property they may have their rental terminated immediately with no refund.

 

RENTING AND LEASING OF HOMES IN CHAMPION HILLS (if applicable)

The Champion Hills Property Owners Association Covenants set forth strict requirements which must be adhered to by Champion Hills’ home owners who wish to rent or lease their homes to persons who are not residents of Champion Hills.  These requirements are set forth in Article XII, Section 20, Page 31 of the Covenants.

The Covenants in their entirety can be found on the Champion Hills Member Website under POA Info.  Those who are unable to access the document online can request a hard copy from Jamie in the Club’s administrative office.

Champion Hills is a privately held community, and all homeowners & their guests are subject to the Covenants and Restrictions for the community.  This is a residential community, so all guests should exercise both respect and goodwill towards the current residents, and treat the community as their own while visiting.

Please make sure that all guests staying with your group are aware of the rules & regulations, and the expectations that accompany staying in Champion Hills.  Please contact Champion Hills or Yonder with any and all questions that may arise.

The following are the key requirements that must be adhered to when renting or leasing a Champion Hills home:
1.    Rentals may be from 2 nights to 30 days.  A lease is required for periods greater than 30 days.
2.    The completed and executed form “AGREEMENT FOR CONSENT TO LEASE OF DWELLING UNIT IN CHAMPION HILLS” along with the completed and executed rental or lease agreement must be submitted to the Champion Hills POA Board of Directors for approval a minimum of 15 days for rentals and 30 days for leases before the effective date of the rental or lease.  A typical Rental Agreement form and two NC Lease Agreement forms are available to download from the member website or can be obtained from the Club Administrative Office.
3.    The completion of a satisfactory background check is required for all leases and may be extended to include renters at the discretion of the Board.
4.    A dwelling can be rented or leased only in its entirety.
As previously outlined, the use of the Champion Hills amenities, (golf course, pool tennis courts, and workout facilities), are NOT permitted.