The Tenant ensures that all activities in the premises for vulnerable children or adults are in compliance with the existing legislation in this regard and that only appropriate and appropriate persons have access to vulnerable children or adults. Child protection policy is the responsibility of the tenant. As indicated by the village house, the tenant must pay for or pay for any damage (including accidental damage) to premises or facilities, taps or contents and for the loss of contents, in order to take into account the fact that there are two halls. The most important additional clause is #14 of Phonographic Performance License (PPL).4.1 We have a Premises license that allows entertainment and the sale of alcohol. They confirm the receipt of a copy of the conditions of the premises and/or the operating plan of the premises in respect of which the recruitment must be carried out and agree to apply with all obligations related to it. If we believe that a temporary communication on events (TEN) would be in our interest for this recruitment, we may ask you to make a communication ON THE TEN. The tenant undertakes to be present for the duration of the recruitment or to set up a sufficient number of adult representatives to ensure compliance with the provisions and provisions contained in these rental conditions and the corresponding licenses or to which it is referred. Vehicles are parked at the owner`s risk and can only be parked in marked squares. The place on the side of the hall is reserved for the use of intervention vehicles, but can be used temporarily for unloading. The tenant frees all agents of the village house and his collaborators, volunteers, agents and guests: the village hall assumes no responsibility for the equipment or other stored goods that are transferred or abandoned on the site and any liability in case of loss or deterioration is excluded. All equipment and other items that are not stored on the site by appointment must be removed at the end of each rental or storage period.

The village house may, 7 days later, at its discretion, by sale or otherwise, sell such objects on the terms it deems appropriate and charge the tenant`s storage and daily costs for the storage, sale or disposal of these items. Experience has shown that there may be problems with the simultaneous organization of a “big event” in each hall, and therefore, if a hall is booked for a “big event”, reservation management may refuse a second booking, especially if it could also be considered a “major event”.