Terms and Conditions
Payments can be made by:
RESERVATIONS AND DEPOSITS:
All reservations require a $559 payment to hold chosen dates.
• 30 days prior to arrival payment is due in full.
RESERVATION PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE
Expenses and items not mentioned, including, but not limited to: transportation, tips for personal services, meals, insurance, telephone calls and other items of a personal nature.
FULL TERMS & CONDITIONS
The following is what is contained in your rental agreement. Please read thoroughly before booking your vacation home. The terms and conditions herein are strictly adhered to and violation of any part(s) below may constitute monetary damages and/or eviction from the property.
1. ONLINE RESERVATIONS:
Reservations made online are not guaranteed until confirmed by Management.
Expect confirmation email containing “"Arrival Info"” within 48 hours of online
booking. Online rates are subject to change without notice until confirmed with
2. PROPERTY: Occupant
rents, for vacation purposes only, the furnished real property and improvements
described as: (Address of Rental), situated in the city of San Diego,
3. ARRIVAL &
5. PAYMENTS: The
Premises will not be held for Occupant until:
6. BALANCE DUE; LATE
CHARGE: If Balance Payment is not received by applicable Due Date, PCVP may, at
PCVP’s sole discretion, either terminate this Agreement or impose a late charge
of $200 or 10% of Unpaid Late Balance, whichever is greater. Reservation
Payment will be forfeited if the Agreement is terminated, as it is NONREFUNDABLE.
7. SECURITY DEPOSIT: In
lieu of Cash Deposit, PCVP requires a Valid Credit Card upon Reservation.*
Occupant hereby grants consent for PCVP to charge Credit Card on file for any
damages, missing items, excessive cleaning, and, if necessary, cost incurred to
remove occupant from property.
8. CANCELLATION; REFUND; INSURANCE: CSA Vacation Rental Insurance has been offered with your reservation. Vacation Rental Insurance reimburses for pre-paid, non-refundable expenses due to certain unforeseeable circumstances that may jeopardize your vacation investment and force you to incur unplanned expenses. (See full details below) We strongly recommend you purchase this valuable protection.
11. NO PETS/ANIMALS:
Pets/Animals are not allowed unless approved by management. Additional fees may
apply for pets as outlined when booking property. If an unauthorized pet is on
the Premises, (i) Occupant is responsible for all damage caused by the pet,
(ii) Occupant, Authorized Guests, pet(s) and all others may be required to
immediately leave the Premises, or be removed from it, (iii) Occupant is in
breach of this Agreement.
12. NO SMOKING: No
smoking is allowed on the Premises. If smoking does occur on the Premises, (i)
Occupant is responsible for all damage caused by the smoking including, but not
limited to, stains, burns, odors and removal of debris; (ii) Occupant,
Authorized Guests, and all others may be required to immediately leave the
Premises, or be removed from the Premises; (iii) Occupant is in breach of this
14. CONDITION OF
PREMISES: Occupant shall, on arrival, examine the premises, all furniture,
furnishings, appliances, fixtures and landscaping, if any, and shall
immediately report, in writing, if any are not in operating condition, in
disrepair, or cleaned satisfactorily. Reporting repairs and/or cleaning issues
does not give Occupant the right to cancel this Agreement or receive a refund
of any payments made.
19. NO ASSIGNMENT OR
SUBLETTING: Occupant shall not assign any interest in this Agreement or sublet
any part of the Premises. If this Agreement is assigned or the Premises or any
part thereof is sublet, (i) Occupant, Authorized Guests, assignee(s), sublessee(s)
and all others may be required to immediately leave the Premises, or be removed
from it; (ii) Occupant is in breach of this Agreement.
20. UNAVAILABILITY: If
for any reason beyond the control of Management, the Premises is unavailable,
Management may substitute a comparable unit or cancel this Agreement and refund
in full all payments made by Occupant. Such Circumstances include but are not
limited to Owner Sale of Property, Construction/Re-Model, Double Booking, etc.
24. MEGAN`S LAW DATABASE
DISCLOSURE: Notice: Pursuant to Section 290.46 of the Penal Code, information
about specified registered sex offenders is made available to the public via an
Internet Web site maintained by the Department of Justice at
www.meganslaw.ca.gov. Depending on an offender`s criminal history, this
information will include either the address at which the offender resides or
the community of residence and ZIP Code in which he or she resides. (Neither
Landlord nor Brokers, if any, are required to check this website. If Tenant
wants further information, Tenant should obtain information directly from this
25. JOINT AND INDIVIDUAL
OBLIGATIONS: If there is more than one Occupant, each one shall be individually
and completely responsible for the performance of all obligations under this
Agreement, jointly and individually with every other Occupant.
26. TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY:
Occupant is renting the Premises as a transient lodger for the number of days
reserved from Management who retains full legal, possessory and access
27. KEYS, LOCKS: Occupant acknowledges that locks to the Premises have not been rekeyed. If Occupant rekeys existing locks or opening devices, Occupant shall immediately deliver copies of all keys to Management. Occupant shall pay all costs and charges related to loss of any keys or opening devices. Occupant may not remove locks, even if installed by Occupant.
29. ENTIRE CONTRACT:
Time is of the essence. All prior agreements between Owner and Occupant are
incorporated in this Agreement, which constitutes the entire contract. It is
intended as a final expression of the parties` agreement, and may not be
contradicted by evidence of any prior agreement or contemporaneous oral
agreement. The parties further intend that this Agreement constitutes the
complete and exclusive statement of its terms, and that no extrinsic evidence
whatsoever may be introduced in any judicial or other proceeding, if any,
involving this Agreement. Any provision of this Agreement that is held to be
invalid shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision
in this Agreement. The waiver of any breach shall not be construed as a
continuing waiver of the same or any subsequent breach. This Agreement shall be
governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California.
California shall have personal jurisdiction over the parties and the county in
which the Premises is located shall be the forum for any legal action brought
in relation to this Agreement.
VACATION RENTAL INSURANCE
CSA Vacation Rental Insurance has been offered with your reservation. Vacation
Rental Insurance reimburses for pre-paid, non-refundable expenses due to certain
unforeseeable circumstances that may jeopardize your vacation investment and force
you to incur unplanned expenses. We strongly recommend you purchase this valuable
SECURITY DEPOSIT PROTECTION
This Security Deposit Protection plan covers unintentional damages to the rental unit interior
that occur during your stay, provided they are disclosed to management prior to check-out. The
policy will pay a maximum benefit of $3000. Any damages that exceed $3000 will be
charged to the credit card on file. If, during your stay at one of our Rental Properties, an Insured
Person causes any damage to real or personal property of the unit as a result of inadvertent
acts or omissions, the Insurer will reimburse the Insured for the cost of repair or replacement of
such property up to a maximum benefit of $3000. Certain terms and conditions apply. Full
details of the Security Deposit Protection coverage are contained in the Certificate of Insurance
or Insurance Policy. The Security Deposit Protection can be purchased up to, and including
at, check-in. By submitting payment for this plan, you authorize and request CSA Travel
Protection and Insurance Services to pay directly Pacific Coast Vacation Properties any amount payable
under the terms and conditions of the Security Deposit Protection. Please contact Pacific Coast Vacation Properties directly if you do not wish to participate in this plan or assignment.
CSA VACATION RENTAL INSURANCE- Why You Need To Buy
How many of us could afford to lose the non-refundable part of our trip if something
unexpected happened? Your vacation investment is protected when you buy
CSA Vacation Rental Insurance, which covers you for trip cancellation, delay, and
interruption. “ Pacific Coast Vacation Properties” has partnered with CSA Travel Protection to provide
you with this important insurance and we highly recommend that you purchase the
protection to safeguard against the unexpected.
We all want the trip we’ve planned to be the vacation of our dreams. No one wants that
dream to turn into a nightmare, but unexpected events can happen! Troubles can occur
when you least anticipate them, illness...medical emergencies...delayed flights [snow
storms] and other severe weather. Forcing you to cancel or interrupt your trip, lose your
vacation investment, and incur unplanned expenses.
Coverage Questions? Call (866) 999-4018
CSA SECURITY DEPOSIT PROTECTION- Why You Need To Buy
In lieu of a security deposit, you can opt to purchase CSA Security Deposit Protection for
a nominal one-time cost instead of having to front the security deposit or have the full cost
of damage charged to your credit card. Securing this protection will provide you with the
assurance that damage which is caused inadvertently by you or a travel companion, will be
covered under the plan up to a maximum limit of $3,000. Eliminating the worry of when and
how much of the security deposit you will receive back or damages will be incurred.
Coverage Questions? Call (866) 999-4018