Rental Contract for Renting a Property from Manasota Key Condos
Manasota Key Condos and Tenant agree as follows: Tenant is at least twenty-five
(25) years of age (an “adult”) and will be an occupant of the unit during the entire
reserved dates. In addition to Tenant, other authorized occupants may be family
members or friends of Tenant. Use of the premises will be denied to persons not
falling within the foregoing categories. Should any unauthorized persons occupy or
use the Premises, Tenant shall vacate the premises immediately without any
refund. No key code will be issued to anyone who is not an adult.
Reservations are subject to the rates in effect at the time it is placed. The property
will be ready for occupancy at 3:00 PM local time on the beginning date of the
lease and must be vacated by 10:00 AM local time on the ending date of the lease.
A late checkout fee of $50 may be assessed if Check-Out time is exceeded. All
times assume Eastern Time Zone. Reservations will be made official when rental
agreement and payment are received.
A deposit totaling 50% of the agreed upon Total Amount is due with acceptance of
rental agreement. If reservation is being made within 60 days of arrival date; then
full payment is required at time of booking. Payment of deposit shall be deemed as
acceptance of this rental agreement. Deposit payment must be made using a major
credit card.
Balance is due 60 days prior to arrival date. Payment must be made by major credit
card. Personal checks will be accepted upon approval; if funds are not credited
within seven days booking may be cancelled. If damage is present when tenant
checks in, agent must be notified in writing (e-mail) within 24 hours of arrival.
Greater than 60 days:
Should you need to cancel your reservation with more than 60 days notice prior to
the arrival date, a cancellation fee of $200 will be charged. All other funds will be
refunded in the manner they were received. Please allow 5 to 7 business days for
the funds to appear on your card on file.
Less than 60 days:
Should you need to cancel your reservation with less than 60 days notice prior to
the date of your arrival, you will forfeit all funds paid to date. We recommend
purchasing travel insurance that will cover your entire trip in the event of
unplanned circumstances.
To purchase a policy, get a full explanation of coverage limitations, or find answers
to your questions, you can contact CSA directly online
( or via phone 800-711-1197.
If you are experiencing an issue during the stay, please call:
1. Joe Klein (local property manager): 732-642-6754, or
2. John Klein: 908-500-2158
We will attempt to resolve your issues in a timely manner and ensure your stay is a
pleasant one. Once the stay has been completed, no compensation will be
provided under any circumstances for issues that arose during the stay.
If you do not contact us at the time you notice the issue, you are in full agreement
that the said issues are immaterial and acceptable. Furthermore, the lack of
contact indicates full agreement to forfeit future compensation for the
We do not refund rents or deposits lost due to cancelled or shortened stays
because of bad weather. For guests concerned with the possibility of bad weather
during their stay, we recommend purchasing a trip protection policy.
To purchase a policy, get a full explanation of coverage limitations, or find answers
to your questions, you can contact CSA directly online
( or via phone 800-711-1197.
No pets are allowed in the property at any time. If it is brought to our attention
that you have a pet, you will be required to vacate the property without refund or
rate adjustment. If we determine (after you have already checked out), that a pet
was in the unit, you will incur a $500 fine.
We require at least one member of the party to be 25 (twenty-five) years of age.
Any violators will be evicted with forfeiture of all monies.
Any reservation obtained under false pretense will be subject to forfeiture of
reservation deposit, damage deposit, and/or balance of rental payment.
There is no daily maid service. The use of our linens and towels is included, but
they are not to be taken from the unit at any time. An initial setup of trash liners,
bathroom paper, soap etc. is provided, but guests will need to provide their own
stock of paper items and cleaning supplies to use when the initial stock has been
utilized (paper towels, laundry detergent, soap/shampoo, extra toilet paper etc.).
There is a one-time cleaning fee that is charged above and beyond the agreed upon
nightly/weekly rental fee.
Some units are equipped with keyless entry; you will obtain a numeric key code to
access your unit prior to check-in.
Some units require a hard key. Arrangements will be made for pick up and drop off
of hard keys.
Smoking is strictly prohibited. A $250 deodorizing fee will be charged to your
credit card (above and beyond the standard cleaning fee) if any evidence of
smoking is found.
Water, heat, electric is included. No compensation will be given for temporary
outage of electricity, water, or Wi-Fi or cable TV service. Guests should report all
outages immediately. All efforts will be made to have them restored as soon as
possible, though some outages may be out of our control.
• Upon arrival, report any pre-existing damage immediately.
• Please report any damages done during your stay.
• All debris, garbage, and discards are to be put in proper containers, taken outside and
placed in exterior trash receptacles.
• All dirty dishes should be loaded into the sink or dishwasher, if provided. If dishwasher is
in unit, start the washing cycle before you leave.
• Please close all blinds in all rooms.
• Upon departure at the end of your stay, set the thermostats to 80 degrees.
• Turn off all electrical devices including lights & fans.
• Unit should be left in a neat and orderly manner when you check out to avoid extra
cleaning charges. Normal wear and tear is expected.
• Each Guest is responsible for making sure they have ALL of their belongings when
checking out.
• Manasota Key Condos will not be responsible for items left behind.
Owner or authorized property managers may enter the premises under the
following circumstances: in case of an emergency; to make any necessary or
agreed upon repairs, alterations, or improvements; supply necessary or agreed
upon services or show the premises to contractors. Owner will provide renter with
at least 24 hours notice of Owners/Property Manager’s intent to enter (except in
the case of an emergency).
Tenant and any guest of Tenant shall obey all laws of the state of Florida, as well
as local laws, at all times while they are on the premises. Failure to abide by the
laws of Florida or the above rules may cause tenant to be asked to vacate the
premises and forfeit all rents and security/damage deposits.
Tenant and all other occupants will be required to vacate the premises and forfeit
the rental fee and security deposit for any of the following: Occupancy exceeding
the stated sleeping capacity (without permission), using the premises for any
illegal activity, causing damage to the premises rented or to any of the neighboring
properties and any other acts which interferes with neighbors’ right to quiet
enjoyment of their premises.
Property owner, does not assume any liability for loss, damage or injury to persons
or their personal property. Neither does owner accept any liability for any
inconveniences, damage, loss or injury arising from any temporary defects or
stoppage in supply of water, cable service, electricity or plumbing, as well as due
to weather conditions, natural disasters, acts of God, or other reasons beyond its
Please report any maintenance needs for the premises to us and we will respond as
quickly as possible. Refunds will not be made for maintenance issues including, but
not limited to heating and air conditioning, appliances, televisions, and stereos.
It is the owner’s responsibility to furnish linens and towels. An initial supply of
paper products is provided. Extra items needed are the responsibility of the
Tenant. Limited cleaning supplies may be provided. We recommend that you bring
any special items that you may need.
The undersigned Tenant, for himself/herself, his/her heirs, assignors, executors,
and administrators, fully releases and discharges Owner from any and all liabilities,
claims, demands, and causes of action by reason of any injury, loss of damage by
whatever nature which has or have occurred, or may occur to the undersigned, or
any of his/her guests as a result, or in connection with the occupancy of the
premises and agrees to hold Owner free and harmless of any claim or suit arising
there from. In any action concerning the rights, duties or liabilities of the parties
to this agreement, their principals, agents, successors or assignees the prevailing
party shall be entitled to recover any reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.
Property owner reserves the right to terminate this Agreement upon their
discretion at any time.
GUEST may not let, sublet or assign this lease for all or any part of the premises
without prior consent from LESSOR.
If GUEST abandons or vacates the premises, LESSOR may at his option terminate
this lease, enter the premises, and remove all property.
In the event that any action shall be commenced by either party arising out of, or
concerning this lease or any right or obligation derived there from, the prevailing
party shall be entitled to receive attorney’s fees as fixed by the Court in addition
to all relief at law or equity.
Either party may terminate this lease in the event of a violation of early provision
of this lease by the other party in the manner and as provided by law.
GUEST assumes full responsibility for fulfilling the terms of the lease for the period
stated and assures the LESSOR full recourse for the payment of any amount
outstanding from the total amount due in accord with the terms as stated above
including any outstanding or unpaid charges that are the responsibility of the
When due to circumstances unforeseen or beyond the control of Manasota Key
Condos, the accommodation reserved is not available or not tenantable, for any
reason, money paid will be refunded pro-rata or substitute accommodations, if
available will be offered at the published rental rate. The responsibility of is
expressly, and hereby agreed to be limited to such refund or substitution.
I understand and consent to the use of the credit card provided without original
signature on the charge slip, I understand that by “clicking” that I have read the
terms and conditions of this property, I am bound by this agreement and I have
signed “electronically, and that this Credit Card Authorization cannot be revoked
and will not terminate until 90 days after leased premises are vacated. Charges
may include but not limited to: unauthorized cable TV or internet charges,
damages beyond normal wear and tear.
Please remember that you are renting a private home. Please treat it with the
same respect you would like shown in your own home.
Manasota Key Condos charges each guest a non-refundable damage deposit in the
amount of $40. This deposit, which is charged in lieu of a traditional damage
deposit, is used to ensure that minor accidental damage (<$1,000) is promptly
fixed at no additional cost to you. If you wish to opt-out of the non-refundable
damage deposit program, a $300 security deposit remitted by check or credit card,
with your final payment, 60 days in advance of check-in is allowed. To opt out,
please call 908-500-2158 or email us at
Non-Refundable Damage Fee (Details)
“Lessee” as referred to in this agreement is the person/persons listed on rental agreement and
referred to commonly as “tenant, guest, renter”. A nonrefundable Damage Waiver Fee is
required for this reservation. Lessor requires a valid Visa, Master Card or America Express
number on file in addition to the Damage Waiver Fee. The Damage Waiver Fee is a
nonrefundable Fee that relieves Lessee of the cost for unintentional and incidental damage to
the Rental Property and its contents, not to exceed the amount of coverage listed on the Rental
Agreement. The Damage Waiver Fee does not cover intentional damage, theft, unauthorized
entry into the owner's supply closet, unauthorized pets, extensive cleaning required at checkout,
smoking, exceeding occupancy limits or parking limits, and any other charges/polices in
Lessor's Rental Policies and Rental Agreement including any fines imposed on Manager by the
City, County, State or Home Owner Association as the result of violation of any law, ordinance,
rule or regulation or any fines or costs levied against Lessee or visitors of Lessee (Excess
Damage Costs). Lessee will be notified of any Excess Damage Costs in writing. Any Excess
Damage Costs will also be charged immediately to Lessee's credit card. Lessee assumes full
responsibility for any items found to be missing and any damage due to misuse, negligence or
action on Lessee's or Lessee's visitor’s part, except in the case of normal wear-and-tear
reported to Lessor within 48 hours of Check-in. The Damage Waiver Fee does not substitute for
Lessee’s responsibility to leave The Property in appropriate condition. The Damage Waiver Fee
does not negate Lessee’s responsibilities as a responsible renter, nor does it relieve Lessee from
responsibility for intentionally destructive acts of Lessee or other members of Lessee’s party
while in occupancy. Lessee must notify Lessor of any damage or theft to the unit during
Lessee’s occupancy or upon vacating. The Property will be carefully inspected after Lessee’s
departure and any damage, theft or other incidents which occur during Lessee’s occupancy and
which have not been disclosed to Lessor prior to Lessee’s leaving will remain Lessee’s
obligation. The maximum aggregate amount of accidental damage that is covered by the
Damage Waiver Fee is listed in your Rental Agreement. Any damage in excess of this amount
remains the responsibility of Lessee. All waivers of theft or damage will be administered by
Lessor at The Property. Lessor will have the sole authority to determine the nature and extent
of damages, necessary repairs and eligibility for the waiver of liability described herein. The
Covered Lessee must report any theft or damage to The Property or its contents prior to
checkout or any otherwise applicable damage waiver will be void.
TERM OF COVERAGE: The waiver takes effect upon check-in on the booked arrival date to The
Property, together with receipt of payment of the waiver fee, at or before check-in. All
coverage shall terminate upon normal check-out time of The Property or the departure of the
Covered Lessee, whichever occurs first.
DAMAGE WAIVER FEE CONDITIONS: The plan will not include liability for damage or theft
resulting from:
• Intentional acts of a Covered Lessee.
• Gross negligence or willful and wanton conduct.
• Theft of or damage to any personal property owned by, or brought onto the premises by
Lessee/Lessee’s guest(s).
• Theft without a valid police report.
• Damage caused by any pet brought onto The Property by Lessee or Lessee’s guest(s).
• Property damage resulting from motorized vehicles or watercraft operated by Lessee or
Lessee’s guest(s).
• Loss of use of The Property for any reason. Acts of God. Normal wear and tear.
• Any cause, if the Covered Lessee does not report the damage to Lessor prior to check
Revised: 12/23/2016