This house is located in one of the nicest area of Miami!, next to Bal Harbour on a guarded private island. This location has it all, plenty of restaurants, grocery shopping, beach, fitness center, tennis, golf, boating, tons of attractions and things to do.
Property Address: 12459 Keystone Rd, North Miami, FL 33181
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This beautiful large 6 bedroom 4 bathroom home with a pool, can accommodate comfortably a large party of 12 persons.This villa features a very airy and homey atmosphere with large rooms and bedrooms.
The living room area is perfect for a nice family dinner experience, a pool table allows for gathering in the living room and the tv room has has enough privacy for a full movie experience in a comfy couch or a relaxing view of the pool. The master bedroom is very spacious with a queen size bed and connects to its bathroom where there is a very comfortable bathtub. The second bedroom is spacious, equipped with a queen size bed and offers a serene view of the pool; sharing a bathroom with a third bedroom which contains a queen size bed. A fourth bedroom has perfect access to the pool and bathroom and just like the fifth bedroom, it contains 2 single beds. The 6th bedroom is spacious and equipped with a queen size bed. All bedrooms are equipped with TV's.
Interakcija s gostima
Daily cleaning can be arranged for a small fee. *Wifi is free of charge.
We are the largest vacation rental agency in Miami, so this is a legal short rental with all city and state licenses and is managed professionally.
Our extensive property management team will assist you in case of needs. Absolutely no parties, no motorcycles.
All Guests acknowledge that Miami Habitat, Inc. does not own the unit being rented and is not in charge of maintenance of the unit. Miami Habitat, Inc. is a transaction facilitator and serves as a reservation center only. The responsibility for maintenance lies with the owners of the rented properties. Contracts are granted by property owners; Guests agree to solve any issues or dispute directly with the owner of the rented property. Miami Habitat, Inc. Inc. will nevertheless assist Guests to solve issues to the best of its abilities.
RESERVATION & CANCELLATION PROCESS:
Please bear in mind that the rates we provide to you are time sensitive and we will only be able to guarantee them for a period of one week. Also, please note that availability can change very rapidly and availability will not be guaranteed unless payment is received.
A property is considered reserved ONLY when the contract is signed, a reservation deposit* is received by Miami Habitat, Inc. in the form of a credit card or any other form of payment, and all guest information is filled out, including copies of identifications. Any person or persons not listed in this contract or that have not provided us with a copy of their ID within 3 days of signing this contract will not be authorized to stay in the property. Once we receive your first payment, your reservation is secured for the requested date, 45 days prior to your arrival the remaining full balance will be charged to the credit card on file. Only when the last step is complete, this reservation is considered final and secured. Should we not receive the full payment 45 days before your arrival, (unless you book less than 45 days before your arrival) your reservation will be cancelled. Failure to pay your full balance is considered a breach of contract and is a cause of contract termination. In this case renters will forfeit all moneys paid.
*The deposit is equal to 50% of the total reservation amount.
PLEASE NOTE: If payment is made by a party that is not staying in the rented property we will need:
A letter from payer stating that he/she paid on the behalf of all people (to be listed in letter) staying in the reserved property from (date) to (Date).
Payer’s phone number & email.
INCIDENTAL BREAKAGE WARRANTY:
The Incidental Breakage Warranty covers non-negligence breakage and damages to the rental unit interior that occur during your stay, provided they are disclosed to management prior to check-out. The warranty will include a maximum of $1,000. Any damages that exceed $1,000 will be charged to your credit card on file.
The incidental breakage warranty is as follows:
A $100 fee is mandatory for villas, as a low cost alternative to the traditional security deposit. This plan provides up to $1000 of protection per stay for unintentional damage caused by a guest.Any damages not covered by this warranty will be charged to your credit card.
Guests are required to fill out and sign the credit card authorization form, which will be used in case of any uninsured damages and/or for any damages exceeding the limit.
Upon arrival and again at departure time guests are required to do a ‘walkthrough’ of the property with the owner or property manager to assess its condition.
Guests acknowledge that the walkthrough at check-in and at checkout will be performed by the owner of the property or its agent. Miami Habitat, Inc. bears no responsibility and therefore cannot, in any way, be attracted in any financial disputes between owners and Guests. It is strongly suggested that Guests be very attentive and detailed when performing the initial walk through at arrival and again upon departure from the property. During the check in process, the property manager and the guest who signature is on this contract, will tour the property to assess its condition. Upon completion of the assessment, a list of deficiencies might exist and they will be identified on our floor plans. Guests will need to sign a document that is uploaded on a tablet to accept the condition of the property “as is”. Upon checkout, the property manager will tour the property with the guest to make sure that the property is in the same condition in which it was received by said guest. If new deficiencies are found, they will be noted on the checkout report. Guests will need to sign this report. If the warranty limit is exceeded, guest’s credit card will be debited for the amount needed to restore the property to its original check in condition.
It is the Guest’s responsibility to review the property description, unit description, pictures, and floor plans provided on the website. The description and pictures on (URL HIDDEN) are up to date and accurate. By accepting and reserving a property through Miami Habitat, Inc., the Guest agrees and accepts the property as shown on the website. Actual furniture may be different than the ones featured in the property description. These changes, if any, are not material and cannot be considered grounds for cancellation of this contract. If, for any reason, your property becomes unusable before or during your stay, Miami Habitat, Inc. reserves the right to relocate you to a similar property.
CHECK-IN AND CHECKOUT:
Check-in time: 3:00 P.M.
Please let us know your estimated arrival time by phone and/or by email at least 72 hours prior to your arrival so that we can arrange the mandatory walk-through of the unit. Although Miami Habitat, Inc. strives to ensure that our clients are checked in on time, unforeseen events may alter the check-in schedule and check-in times may vary. Depending on occupancy, availability, and turnover rate, clients may be checked in within one hour earlier or later. It is critical that clients call the Property Manager to coordinate their check-in so the process may be executed with the utmost efficiency.
After hours check-in
Our business hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you plan to arrive after 5pm you will need to contact our office so we can setup a lockbox prior to your arrival with a key to access the property. The following morning the property manager will arrive at property to do the walk-through and complete the check-in process.
Checkout time: 10:00 A.M.
At check-out time, guests should have their belongings packed and have cleaned the property to avoid an extra cleaning fee (if applicable). The check-out process takes approximately twenty minutes. Guests that are not ready to leave at checkout time will be charged $50 per tranches of 15 minutes. If guest is more than one hour late, Miami Habitat, Inc., in accordance with guest’s signed contract, reserves the right to charge the guest’s credit card on file an extra weekly rental fee at the actual season rate.
Late checkout request
In some instances, the property manager may approve a request for a later checkout time. However, a late checkout approval is dependent on the reservation schedule of the property.
Guests understand that in order to avoid unfortunate situations, the Check-out process with the property manager is mandatory.
If you arrive after business hours and access the property by way of a lockbox, you will be required to do a walkthrough the following morning with the property manager.
Guest must make the required arrangements with the property manager if they plan to leave early or outside Miami Habitat, Inc.’s business hours. Should the guest fail to be available to checkout, guests understand that Miami Habitat, Inc. will perform the checkout in their absence and evaluate the condition of the property in full trust, file an insurance claim, and/or charge their credit cards accordingly for damages and/or repair.
Should a renter fail to sign the Checkout Form, fail to provide their comments, or fail to be present during the checkout, it shall be assumed that said renter agrees to any and all Miami Habitat, Inc. findings with respect to the condition of the property. Furthermore, the failure to meet the above referenced requirements strips the renter of any and all rights to dispute and or contest any charges that Miami Habitat, Inc. will debit from said renter’s credit card for damages to the property.
Should Miami Habitat, Inc. discover immediately after the Guest departure that damages occurred during their stay, Miami Habitat, Inc. will file an insurance claim and any uninsured damages will be charged to the credit card on file.
Guests arriving thru Miami International Airport
If you are flying into the Miami International Airport, it is about a twenty minute drive by car or taxi to our properties in North Miami.
You must contact the property manager prior to leaving airport. If traveling by:
By Taxi- call property manager once you are in taxi and leaving the airport.
Car Rental- call property manager once you have possession of rental car and leaving airport.
If delayed at the Miami Airport
If, for any reason, you are facing a situation that may delay your estimated time of arrival to the property, like loss of luggage, difficulties finding a taxi, etc., you must call the property manager to inform him of the situation*.
*It is mandatory that you call the property manager prior to your arrival. Should you not have a working cell phone, use a pay phone or ask to make a phone call from any nearby businesses.
REFUNDABLE PROCEDURAL SECURITY DEPOSIT:
A mandatory $200.00 US($181.43 Euro)procedural security deposit is due upon check-in. This deposit will serve to ensure that the instructions and rules from the property manager regarding garbage and cleaning were followed. Providing the rules were met, the deposit is fully refundable upon checkout via credit card. Should you leave without having performed the departure walk through, or if the property needs extra cleaning, or if the garbage instructions were not followed during your stay, the owner of the vacation rental is entitled to keep this deposit. Furthermore, if the cost to restore the property to its original condition prior to check-in exceeds $200.00, we reserve the right to charge your credit card on file for the cost of a full clean up. Access to the property will be denied unless this deposit is paid.
CREDIT CARD POLICY:
All guests are required to sign a Credit Card Authorization Form. Guests that choose to pay for their reservation through wire transfers will still be required to provide a valid credit card. Guests paying with American Express are responsible for merchant transaction fees imposed by the credit card companies which amount to approximately 5%.
Other Obligations of the renter and extra cleaning fee:
The rental property must be looked after carefully.
Cleaning of kitchen appliances, pots and pans, and cutlery is the responsibility of the renter and is not included in the final cleaning. Miami Habitat, Inc. reserves the right to charge an extra cleaning fee if the property is left in poor conditions. Extra cleaning fees average between $50- $200, depending on the extra cleaning hours needed. Should Miami Habitat, Inc. determine that excessive cleaning is necessary, extra cleaning charges may exceed the aforementioned average amounts.
Damage caused by the renter or other users must be reported immediately to the property manager. The renter is liable for any loss or damage caused by him/her or by other users, unless they can prove that they are not responsible. Furniture may not be moved. Guest will be charged $100 for each occurrence of having moved a piece of furniture.
It is crucial that you print your arrival instructions and bring it with you when arriving in Miami. In the event that you forget your arrival instructions you might not be able to gain access to your rentals.
Should you need to cancel your reservation more than 60 days prior to your arrival, you will be charged a $500.00 cancellation fee. Guests are responsible for merchant transaction fees imposed by the credit card companies which amount to approximately 6% of completed transactions, including but not limited to, monies debited and refunds.
Cancellations between 45- 59 days prior to your arrival, we will keep 50%of your rental fee.
All cancellations that occur within 45 days prior to arrival, 100% of your rental fee will be kept.
In addition, should guests decide to leave after arrival, major issues notwithstanding, the entire rental fee amount will be forfeited.
OTHER RULES, POLICIES, & MAINTENANCE:
The property can be used for RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES ONLY. The Guest and anyone in the property must respect all laws and restrictions that apply on the premises. Our properties are all NON SMOKING. Should a guest violate this policy, Miami Habitat. Inc. reserves the right to charge said guest any additional costs required to sanitize the property). Each Guest agrees to obey and follow all the rules that correspond to the specified property. Should Guests disrespect owner’s rules and regulations as well as rules and regulations by the local municipalities, Dade County and The State of Florida (including smoking restrictions), this contract will be terminated, all payments will be forfeited, and guests must vacate the property immediately.
In addition, the Guest CANNOT request additional services at the property in which they are renting (extra cable channels, satellite, Internet access, etc.). If a Guest does not comply with this policy, Miami Habitat, Inc. reserves the right to charge a US $500 administrative fee from the credit card on file. If these services are needed, please specify this to your Guest Service agent at the time of the reservation so they may accommodate you accordingly. Guests have chosen Miami Habitat, Inc. as their provider for a number of services including but not limited to maintenance, cleaning, internet, computer services, and other guest services.
Only guest(s) registered with Miami Habitat, Inc. may occupy the rented property. No other Guest(s) are permitted to stay overnight in the rented property without the prior written permission of Miami Habitat, Inc. The number of occupants cannot be more than the stated amount as mentioned in the reservation confirmation. Miami Habitat, Inc. Inc. reserves the right to immediately terminate the contract and retain any and all payments if the amount of persons occupying the property exceeds that expressed in the reservation confirmation. Only Guests that are listed in the Client’s Information form (Form C1) are allowed to stay at the property. Should any new guest(s) desire to stay in the vacation home, they need to be approved by the owner or its agents. The number of occupants that can legally occupy a single family home is strictly regulated by local ordinances. Tenants are fully responsible for their Guest who may enter upon the rented property.
The owner, its agents or its contractors shall have the right to enter the property at any time in order to add, remove, or replace any furniture in the vacation property, and to clean, maintain, repair, and perform necessary work to respond to any kind of needs and emergencies without asking prior approval to Guests. Guests cannot interfere with this right; if they decide to do so, the Guest will agree to pay US $500 per offense. This amount will be charged to the credit card in file. Authorized agents & contractors include, but are not limited to: Guest service agents, pool maintenance & repair technicians, gardeners & landscapers, exterminators, and general contractors. A full pool cleaning is performed once a week. Nets are at clients' disposal to maintain the pool as necessary. Landscaping is performed once every two weeks. Pest control services are performed once a month. Should an emergency occur at the property, the property owner or its agents will try to give a prior notice whenever possible and will proceed to repair necessary items at reasonable hours. The owner or its agents may also enter premises at any time for protection of the premises.
If the property that you are renting is on sale and the sale transaction occurs before you arrive you will be relocated to another property of similar or better category.
There are no parties or gatherings allowed anywhere on the premises. Alcohol is for personal consumption and is not to be distributed or sold by guests on the premises. In the event of a violation, be it by the tenant, friends and/or others, the tenant will be deemed responsible, charged accordingly and immediately evicted from the premises. Additionally, Miami Habitat, Inc. reserves the right to charge said tenant’s credit card for damages and/or liabilities resulting from violations. If the party or gathering is deemed to be commercial in nature, Miamihabitat.inc will charge the guest $(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and reserves the right to pursue further monetary compensation. If the party or gathering is deemed to be personal in nature, Miamihabitat.inc will charge the guest$5,000.00 and reserves the right to pursue further monetary compensation .Consumption or possession of illegal and or illicit substances is strictly forbidden on our properties. Suspicion or discovery of such substances constitutes a breach of contract and terminates said contract, rendering it null and void. Tenant will vacate the property immediately or will be evicted and the proper authorities will be notified.
There is no loud or excessive noise allowed on the properties. Noise is not limited to music, and includes the blaring of horns, television sets, and shouting. Miami Habitat, Inc. invokes a zero noise tolerance policy at all times. The use or operating of radios, television sets, musical instruments, or other sound producing devices, in such a manner so as to disturb the peace, quiet and comfort of neighboring inhabitants with louder volume than necessary for the convenient hearing of the person or persons residing inside the room, is a violation of the noise ordinance rule. At the discretion of Miami Habitat, Inc., violations may result in immediate eviction from the premises.
Guest covenants that on paying the rent and performing the covenants herein contained, Guest shall peacefully and quietly have, hold, and enjoy the demised premises for the agreed term. Your neighbors are entitled to the same tranquility. Guests agree that they will refrain from making loud or bothersome noises and disturbances, that they will keep down the volume of their music and broadcast programs at all times so as not to disturb other people’s peace and quiet.
Furthermore, should any violation or fines occur as a direct result of a Guest’s activity, such as, but not limited to: excessive noise, conducting business, filming movies, etc. without the proper authorization/permit of the city and the owner in writing, Miami Habitat, Inc.. reserves the right to terminate this contract and forfeit all monies paid. In addition the Guests will be liable to pay any related fines, as well as any legal fees that Miami Habitat, Inc. or the property owner should incur due to such violation.
Guest shall make no alterations to the buildings on the demised premises, construct any building, moved or add furniture, or make any other improvements on the demised premises without the prior written consent of the owner or its agents. Guests shall not keep or have on the premises of the rented property any dangerous, flammable, explosive, or other hazardous materials or articles; if these items are found on the rented premises without prior consent from Miami Habitat, Inc. and the owner, then Miami Habitat, Inc. reserves the right to impose strict fines, terminate this contract, and pursue other legal avenues. In addition, Guests shall not light any candles, torches, or similar products at the property, neither inside nor outside.
Guests should place all trash into receptacles for periodic collection and to avoid pests.
The owner or its agents shall provide pest control within the premises of the house on a specified monthly date. The Guests agree to keep the rented apartment clean in order to avoid getting pests into the dwelling.
Minor problems or small inconveniences at a specific property are not grounds for contract termination by a Guest. The responsibility to maintain the property is the property owners and is not the responsibility of Miami Habitat, Inc. In addition, property owners have agreed to fix any problems with their properties in a responsible and timely manner.
Should the Guest decide to leave the rented property before the rental period has expired for any reason, the Guest will forfeit the entire amount agreed to.
WAIVER OF RESPONSIBILITY:
The vacationer will indemnify Miami Habitat, Inc. and save it harmless from and against any and all claims, actions, damages, liability and expenses, including attorney's fees and costs, in connection with loss of life, personal injury, and/or damage to property arising from or out of the occupancy or use by tenant, vacationer or his/her guest of the premises or any part thereof, occasioned wholly or in part by an act or omission of tenant, its agents, contractors or employees.
Ultimately, vacationers and its guests acknowledge that they use the property in its entirety (including indoors, space, garden, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, decks and docks) at their own risk and agree to hold harmless the owners or its agents from any lawsuit.
Ultimately, Guests agree they will use the rental property and its grounds, in its entirety, including garden, swimming pool & pool areas at their own risk and agree to hold harmless the owners or its agents from any lawsuit.
The Houses are provided with pool fences and deck fences for additional protection. It is the vacationer’s responsibility to verify that those fences were installed when they entered the premises of the house they rented.
Vacationer will indemnify the Owner and/or Miami Habitat, Inc. against all actions, claims and demands of whatever nature, in respect of any injury, damage or loss of whatever nature which arises out of any action or omission on the part of the owner, the agency, their employees or any suppliers. This indemnity shall remain in full force and effect after the termination of the short term rental lease, meaning that, after the departure date, guest will not hold Miami Habitat, Inc. responsible for damages or losses incurred during their stay.
Our homes are equipped with alarm systems that are connected to the police department. It is the responsibility of the guest to activate the alarm each time and every time they leave the house. Should guests fail to activate the alarm monitoring system before leaving the property, and should the property be vandalized or burglarized, guests will be held financially responsible for any and all costs incurred to restore the property, as well as any and all replacement costs for stolen items.
Should a hurricane happen to strike the region, Guest will receive a voucher for a future stay for the same number of disrupted nights for use during the same month the following year, excluding airfare.
In the event that Guest are unable to arrive as scheduled, we will offer them the following options: Guest may arrive after the storm passes. Either for the same number of nights, in which case, we will make every effort to confirm the dates and categories, but guarantee no rate increase - OR - stay for fewer nights, in which case they will be provided a voucher for future travel equal to the interrupted nights.
Miami Habitat, Inc. may, from time to time and at its sole discretion, recommend that all arriving Guest reschedule their visit until after the storm has passed. Should such notification be issued we will issue vouchers for future travel. We will guarantee the rate paid. Based on availability, blackouts may apply.
Arriving Guest who elect to arrive, despite our recommendations, do so with the implicit understanding that no compensation will be forthcoming for any disruption in services and/or inclusions that may occur as a result of the storm.
The rate provided in this contract applies only to the terms of the agreed rental period; any extension will have to be renegotiated with the owner of the property through Miami Habitat, Inc. Should Guests remain on the property after the rental term without getting a prior written approval from the owner or its agents, they will be considered as trespassers (considered as a criminal offense in the State of Florida) and will be billed the weekly rental fee at the season rate, as well as all expenses incurred by owners or its agents as a result of the unapproved lodging, such expenses include, but are not limited to:
Rental fee to find alternate lodging for the other arriving Guests
ANIMALS & PETS:
No pets or animals are allowed within the premises of the vacation property. Any unauthorized pet or animal is grounds for immediate contract termination and all monies paid will be forfeited.
Guests are allowed to park their vehicle only in the property’s driveway and will respect the neighborhood and its residents by not parking in the community’s common areas or on its sidewalks which is considered a violation in the City of North Miami and therefore illegal.
Our management team is fully dedicated to your service and will assist you seven days a week, from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.. They will also assist you in case of extreme emergency. Extreme emergencies are defined as important leaks, power failure, and air-conditioning failure. All other causes are not considered emergencies. After hours, calls that are not emergencies will not be answered till the next business day. Should the property manager or agent be called for an unqualified emergency outside of business hours, renters agree to be charged a $100 for each occurrence.
Please do not call outside of office hours unless it is a qualified emergency.
Example of chargeable calls (this list is not exhaustive):
Renters lost lockbox instructions
Loss of keys, $100.00
One appliance stopped working
Internet or phone not functioning
Guests understand that unavoidable events and emergencies can occur such as gas leaks, appliances breakdown, pool maintenance, air conditioning problems, etc.; if such events occur and the owner cannot repair or perform a level of service that is needed in such a situation, the owner or its agents may select to reimburse the rental amount up to the time where the service could not be delivered.
The owner or its agents will develop its best effort to locate a lodging that would accommodate its Guest. It is understood that Miami Habitat, Inc. is acting solely as a reservation service and cannot be held liable by the Guest or property owner for any claims that may arise resulting from this transaction(URL HIDDEN)
SECURITY AND INSURANCE ISSUES:
Miami is a safe environment, however like in most big cities, caution needs to be exercised. Windows and doors of all rented properties should be kept locked when renters are not inside the property. Failure to abide by the foregoing could impede any insurance claim which might otherwise be available.
Should the renter be negligent leaving a way of entry into the rented property to thieves and should properties belonging to owners be stolen, renters will be responsible to pay for damages or missing owner's properties.
In case of theft, a police report needs to be filed. There are no guarantees that monies will be recovered from an insurance company claim, as often a large deductible may apply. Insurance claim processing in Florida takes a significant amount of time.
Owner or Miami Habitat, Inc. shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury to the Tenant or the Tenant's agents, servants, employees or visitors, or to the Tenant's property, for any damage from any cause whatsoever.
Guest understand that their personal valuables such as computers, watches, jewels and monies etc. are not covered by the owner's insurance policy; they will therefore bring them at their own risk.
For your convenience we provide security safes in each of our properties where you can lock up your valuable belongings.
In case you forget your code our office will use software to unlock your safe. Should you need to do this during office hours a $40 fee will apply, and $100 outside of business hours.
EXCERPTS OF FLORIDA STATUTES FOR PUBLIC LODGING APPLICABLE:
509.141 Refusal of admission and ejection of undesirable Guest; notice; procedure; penalties for refusal to leave.
(1) The operator of any public lodging establishment or public food service establishment may remove or cause to be removed from such establishment, in the manner hereinafter provided, any guest of the establishment who, while on the premises of the establishment, illegally possesses or deals in controlled substances as defined in chapter 893 or is intoxicated, profane, lewd, or brawling; who indulges in any language or conduct which disturbs the peace and comfort of other Guest or which injures the reputation, dignity, or standing of the establishment; who, in the case of a public lodging establishment, fails to make payment of rent at the agreed-upon rental rate by the agreed-upon checkout time; who, in the case of a public lodging establishment, fails to check out by the time agreed upon in writing by the guest and public lodging establishment at check-in unless an extension of time is agreed to by the public lodging establishment and guest prior to checkout; who, in the case of a public food service establishment, fails to make payment for food, beverages, or services; or who, in the opinion of the operator, is a person the continued entertainment of whom would be detrimental to such establishment. The admission to, or the removal from, such establishment shall not be based upon race, creed, color, sex, physical disability, or national origin.
(2) The operator of any public lodging establishment or public food service establishment shall notify such guest that the establishment no longer desires to entertain the guest and shall request that such guest immediately depart from the establishment. Such notice may be given orally or in writing. If the notice is in writing, it shall be as follows:
"You are hereby notified that this establishment no longer desires to entertain you as its guest, and you are requested to leave at once. To remain after receipt of this notice is a misdemeanor under the laws of this state."
If such guest has paid in advance, the establishment shall, at the time such notice is given, tender to such guest the unused portion of the advance payment; however, the establishment may withhold payment for each full day that the guest has been entertained at the establishment for any portion of the 24-hour period of such day.
(3) Any guest who remains or attempts to remain in any such establishment after being requested to leave is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) If any person is illegally on the premises of any public lodging establishment or public food service establishment, the operator of such establishment may call upon any law enforcement officer of this state for assistance. It is the duty of such law enforcement officer, upon the request of such operator, to place under arrest and take into custody for violation of this section any guest who violates subsection (3) in the presence of the officer. If a warrant has been issued by the proper judicial officer for the arrest of any violator of subsection (3), the officer shall serve the warrant, arrest the person, and take the person into custody. Upon arrest, with or without warrant, the guest will be deemed to have given up any right to occupancy or to have abandoned such right of occupancy of the premises, and the operator of the establishment may then make such premises available to other Guest. However, the operator of the establishment shall employ all reasonable and proper means to care for any personal property which may be left on the premises by such guest and shall refund any unused portion of moneys paid by such guest for the occupancy of such premises.
509.401 Operator’s right to lockout.
(1) If, upon a reasonable determination by an operator of a public lodging establishment, a guest has accumulated a large outstanding account at such establishment, the operator may lock the guest out of the guest's rental unit for the purpose of requiring the guest to confront the operator and arrange for payment on the account. Such arrangement must be in writing, and a copy must be furnished to the guest.
(2) Once the guest has confronted the operator and made arrangements for payment on the account, the operator shall provide the guest with unrestricted access to the guest's rental unit.
(3) The operator shall at all times permit the guest to remove from the rental unit any items of personal property essential to the health of the guest.
Our vacation rental properties are transient public lodging as defined by article 509 of Florida statutes. Our vacation rentals are governed by Florida statutes and its regulations apply to our agreement. This contract is not a traditional residential lease agreement as defined by real estate Florida laws. Guests understand that this reservation does not create a traditional tenant/landlord relationship.
This agreement has a legal force only when it is signed by both parties and consideration is obtained by Miami Habitat, Inc.
The transient occupancy means that it is the intention of the parties that the occupancy is temporary.
This agreement to surrender the occupied premises between the Guest and all other occupants of the property specified in this contract with the Owner is effective on Departure Date.
Upon execution of this Surrender Agreement, the Guest agrees to surrender the occupied premises to Miami Habitat, Inc. or its owner on Departure Date at 10.00 A.M., and acknowledge and agree that if the Guest fails to do so, then the Owner may retake possession without the necessity of legal proceedings. The Guest specifically acknowledges and agrees that there are no other occupants of the property specified in this contract who have been authorized by the Guest to remain on the premises after Departure Date.(the expiration date specified in this Reservation Contract) and any such occupants are trespassers on the property.
This Surrender Agreement may be signed in counterparts, and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida.
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