Regulations for the tenancy of year-round cottages

Glossary of terms

  1. Regulations – developed by the Landlord and made available to the Tenant to read its content before the conclusion of the lease agreement Regulations for year-round cottages tenancy;
  2. Cottages – one-storey all-year-round brick cottages located in the town of Przybradz, located in the separated area, intended for simultaneous residence in each cottage for a total of no more than 6 persons.
  3. Cottage surroundings – an area of 5500m2, separated by a fence, within which spaces for parking purposes (parking) and recreational purposes for children (playground) were founded and separated.
  4. Tenant – a natural person or a legal entity being a party to the cottage tenancy agreement.
  6. Third parties – natural persons other than the Tenant or persons living in the house together with the Tenant.
  7. Tenancy agreement – an agreement concluded in writing by the Tenant and the Landlord, according to which the Landlord gives the Tenant the cottage for use for a definite period of time, and the Landlord pays the Tenant the agreed price for this.

General information
§ 1

  1. Persons staying in cottages, as well as in the separated area are obliged to comply with these Regulations, and moreover, the generally applicable laws in the field of safety, fire protection, principles of good neighbourliness and behaviour in a manner that does not threaten the safety of others.
  2. Cottages have a total ban on smoking and other tobacco-like products.
  3. The cottages and the separated area – from 22.00 to 7.00. – are subject to night silence.
  4. Organizing by the Tenant or persons living together with him/her loud events that may disturb the peace and quiet of persons accommodated in other houses is prohibited.
  5. Third parties are obliged to leave the cottages and the area separated before the beginning of the night silence.
  6. The introduction of animals – in particular dogs and cats – into the cottages is not allowed

Tenancy rules
§ 2

  1. The basis for renting a house is the tenancy agreement.
  2. The tenancy agreement specifies in particular: the parties to the agreement, the tenancy price, the duration of the agreement, the number of persons authorized to live in the cottage on the basis of the agreement and the rights and obligations of the parties.
  3. At the moment of concluding the agreement, in order to verify personal data, the Tenant is obliged to present to the Landlord for inspection a valid ID card or other document with a photo, on the basis of which it will be possible to determine the identity of the Tenant.

§ 3

  1. The tenancy price is charged to the Tenant in full and the contractual amount of the first day of stay in advance. In the event that the Tenant – before the conclusion of the tenancy agreement – has paid the deposit – on the first day of the stay is obliged to pay the amount constituting the difference between the tenancy price resulting from the agreement and the amount of the deposit paid by him/her.

§ 4

  1. The cottage is handed over to the Tenant – by issuing keys – by the Landlord or a person acting on their behalf, after signing the tenancy agreement, on the date indicated in the agreement as the date of commencement of the tenancy, not earlier than 02:00 p.m.
  2. On the date specified in the agreement as the end of the tenancy term, the Tenant is obliged – not later than 10:00 a.m. – to
    0 empty the cottage of any movables brought inside by the Tenant and other persons who occupied the cottage jointly with the Tenant during the time the Parties were bound by the agreement.
    – The Tenant shall return the keys to the cottage to the Landlord.
  3. Accommodation in hours earlier than indicated in section 1 of this paragraph or emptying the cottage later than indicated in section 2 of this paragraph is possible after prior arrangement with the Landlord.

§ 5

  1. From the moment of giving the Tenant of the cottage in possession, he or she bears responsibility for any damage caused by the Tenant or persons living together with him in the cottage.
  2. The Tenant is obliged to use the cottage in accordance with its properties and purpose. The Tenant may not make any changes in the interior design.
  3. All devices and elements of equipment, both the cottages and their surroundings, should be – on the day of the end of the tenancy and the return of the keys by the Tenant to the Landlord, taking into account the wear and tear of things resulting from their proper use – in a condition not worse than the state in which they were at the time of putting the Tenant’s cottage to use.
  4. If the Tenant detects any defects, faults, damages, etc. in the subject matter of the tenancy, in particular in the devices or installations being the equipment of the cottage, the Tenant is obliged to immediately notify the Landlord about this fact.
  5. Before returning the keys to the Landlord, the Landlord shall together with the Tenant inspect the technical condition of the cottage.

Maintaining cleanliness in the cottages and their surroundings
§ 6

  1. Smoking tobacco and similar products is strictly forbidden in the cottages.
  2. People smoking in the vicinity of the cottage are obliged to do so in a place and in a manner that is not burdensome for other people who occupy another cottage during this time, and in addition, to clean cigarette butts.
  3. The Tenant and persons living in the cottage together with the Tenant are obliged to segregate waste generated during the lease by placing it in containers appropriate for a given type of waste, which are located in a specially separated area around the cottage.
  4. In the event that there are minors among the persons living in the cottage together with the Tenant, the Tenant is responsible for ensuring that the beds, sofas and mattresses on which minors will sleep are properly protected against getting wet or getting dirty (e.g. by spreading waterproof mats and sheets on them).

§ 7

  1. In the surroundings of the cottages there is a specially designated area for children’s play (playground). The responsibility for the safety and health of children using the playground lies with the parents/legal guardians of minors.
  2. Moving passenger vehicles in the area around the cottages (in particular the access to/from the car park) should be carried out with special caution, and at a speed not exceeding 20 km/h.
  3. The use of any electrical/gas appliances being the equipment of the cottage should be carried out in compliance with the appropriate safety rules for these appliances.
  4. Due to fire safety, the use of heaters, electric irons, kettles, cookers and other similar devices not included in the house equipment can only be done with due care.
  5. The Tenant shall be obliged to ensure that each time the house is left without anyone else inside during the term of the tenancy agreement, all windows and doors shall be closed in the customary manner and all electronic devices and equipment shall be switched off.

Final provisions
§ 8

  1. If the period of time for which the tenancy agreement was concluded expires, the Tenant is obliged to return the keys to the house to the Landlord or another person acting on his behalf.
  2. The Tenant has no right to transfer the released cottage to other persons, even if the period for which the tenancy agreement was concluded by the Parties has not expired.
  3. The Tenant may not lend or sublet the house to other persons.