6.2 Are you aware of your legal obligations. You are responsible for understanding and complying with all laws, rules, regulations and contracts with third parties that apply to your listing or hosting services. For example: some owners and rentals or common rules of owners and owners of housing limit or prohibit subletting, short-term rentals and / or long stays. Some cities have zoning or other laws that limit the short-term rental of residential properties. In some jurisdictions, hosts must register, obtain authorization, or obtain a license before offering certain hosting services (for example. B short-term rentals, long stays, food preparation, alcohol service for sale, driving tours or operation of a vehicle). In some places, the hosting services you want to offer may be totally banned. In some jurisdictions, you need to register guests who are staying in your accommodation. Some jurisdictions have laws that create rental rights for guests and additional obligations for hosts. For example, some places have landlord-tenant, rent control, and eviction laws that may apply for extended stays. Check your local rules to find out the rules that apply to the hosting services you want to offer. The information we provide regarding legal requirements is for informational purposes only and you must independently confirm your obligations.
You are responsible for the processing and use of personal data of customers and others, in accordance with applicable data protection legislation and these conditions, including our data protection standards for guests. If you have any questions about the application of local legislation, you should always seek legal advice. A rental agreement sets out the responsibilities of the owner and guests. For example, the landlord agrees to ensure that tenants have a key to enter the premises. Tenants agree not to do anything illegal on the ground. While the seven-step approach described above may work, at Letulet we have developed a better approach. Our software can help you negotiate, create and monitor an agreement with your landlord. Airbnb may charge hosts and guests fees (and applicable taxes) for using the Airbnb platform. For more information on when service fees are charged and how they are charged, visit our site for a service fee.
Unless otherwise stated on the Airbnb platform, the service fee is non-refundable. Airbnb reserves the right to change service fees at any time and will notify members of rate changes before they take effect. Rate changes do not affect bookings made prior to the effective date of the change. If you do not agree with a change in the tax, you may terminate this agreement at any time in accordance with section 13.2. Section 23 of these Terms contains an arbitration agreement and class action waiver that applies to all claims against Airbnb in the United States. Please read them carefully. Depending on the type of rental you have, it is very likely that you will need to add other clauses specific to your individual property….