Total $4,500.00 Due: 02/28/2018
Daniel Stadlin has invited you to pay $____ towards the upcoming rental of Renees Way located in East Hampton, NY.
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What is the Dispute Resolution Center?
All unresolved disputes between Members and Guests, including but not limited to those pertaining to remaining payment balances, property damages, refund requests, etc., are submitted to the StayMarquis Dispute Resolution Center, where such disputes are resolved by a StayMarquis representative. In our experience, relying on third parties or other systems (judicial or arbitration, by way of example) to mediate Guest and Member disputes results only in drawn-out processes and unnecessary expenses to both Members and Guest. To avoid these frustrations, StayMarquis offers the StayMarquis Dispute Resolution Center to its users at no additional cost, and requires that such users, as a condition to entering into our (i) Booking Agreement, and (ii) Property Promotion Agreement agree to be fully bound by the terms of the resolution provided. We have found that this is the fastest, most effective way of reducing time spent arguing, and maximizing the return on your experience with StayMarquis.
Please note that disputes must be submitted to the StayMarquis Dispute Resolution Center, via your membership portal, within 14 days of the end of the respective reservation. Upon submission of a dispute, your StayMarquis representative may request or require additional documentation, in efforts to make sure the resolution reached is considerate of all of the circumstances surrounding the underlying dispute.
Requesting a Refund: If you are a guest and would like to request a refund from the owner, click the button below or complete the form located here. Once the form is submitted, your request for a refund will be reviewed, and we will be in touch with the refund determination. If a resolution is not attained with the owner, StayMarquis’ Dispute Resolution Team will act as the mediator to come to a fair resolution.
Requesting Additional Payment: If you are an owner and would like to request for additional payment due to damages, excess cleaning, utilities or other incidentals caused by your guest, please visit the resolution center in the owners portal. You have 14 days to submit a request for additional funds after the guest’s departure date, though an extension may be requested and granted by Marquis in its sole discretion. When submitting the request for payment from the guest, be sure to be as descriptive as possible and include proof of damages, as well as associated costs.
Terms & Policies
THIS BOOKING AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”), is entered into as of the date set forth on the signature page of this Agreement (the “Effective Date”), by and among the “Member” and the “Guest” (as each were defined on the booking confirmation page viewed and accepted by the Guest as a condition precedent to being presented with this Agreement (the “Booking Page”), and Marquis, as defined in Section 10(s), herein (“Marquis”), as an intended beneficiary with respect to, but only with respect to, those particular provisions within which Marquis is explicitly referenced. The Member and the Guest may be referred to as the “Parties” and each individually as a “Party” throughout this Agreement.
WHEREAS, the Member is the manager or owner, or an authorized representative acting on behalf of the manager or owner, of the real property located at the address set forth on the Booking Page (the “Property”); and
WHEREAS, the Member has promoted the Property as available for temporary occupancy for the “Occupancy Period” (as defined on the Booking Page); and
WHEREAS, the Guest desires to rent the Property (the “Reservation”) for the period of time during which the Guest desires to occupy the Property (the “Occupancy Period”).
NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement as they relate to the Reservation of the Property during the Occupancy Period.
Additional House Policies
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