9 Apr 2021
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A $500.00 security deposit is levied for each leased vessel. During the return cycle (docking, refuelling and cleaning), a representative of the Venice Boat Rentals will examine the damage to the vessel. The deposit will be applied to the cost of repairing all damage to the boat. If the damage exceeds the amount of the surety, the tenant agrees that he is fully responsible for the rest of the costs of repairing or replacing the boat in the condition as it was concluded at the time of the start date of the lease. In addition, the tenant understands and accepts that he/she, who is known as the operator of Venice Boat Rentals, is the only person authorized to use the boat throughout the rental period. The operator also understands that he is responsible for the recovery and/or replacement of the vessel, lifejackets or any safety items when these items are lost, stolen or moved in some way during the rental period. If the damage exceeds the $500 deposit, Venice Boat Rentals will provide a broken down repair bill. This repair bill, including the loss of rental time, and reasonable legal fees must be paid in full when the invoice is submitted by users. The user is responsible for the damage to and from the 500 $US. IV deposit. WAIVER/RELEASE OF LIABILITY – Through the execution of this authorization, signed volunteers are voluntarily dismissed, dismissed forever and undertake to compensate and compensate owners for any form of injury or damage caused by personal injury caused by signed or minor children in the care, care and control of the undersigned. The undersigned takes full responsibility for any injuries or damages that may occur and agrees that the owner is not responsible for the loss or theft of personal property.

The undersigned expressly accepts that the owner is not liable for such damages, damages, losses or thefts, including at the NEGLIGENCE or RENTAL COMPANY FAULT event, whether such negligence occurs at the time of the signing of this authorization or that it takes place in the future. This waiver and authorization does not apply to gross negligence or intentional changes on the part of the lessor.


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