The parks will have different site licenses issued by the local government and will determine whether it is a residential park or a holiday park. Some parks can be a mix of both and have areas dedicated to full-time residents and vacation home owners. A holiday park is a place where you can spend a holiday and spend your free time in your caravan or holiday chalet. You don`t have to pay communal tax in your holiday park, as you pay them at your main address elsewhere. Even though the holiday park has a 12-month season, you cannot live there permanently, because the location license does not allow it. The agreement between you and the owner or operator of the car park is a mandatory contact that influences their future use of the caravan, how much you pay and what you get for your money. So it`s important. 40. Who takes care of the caravan or lodge when the park is closed? All holiday parks must have a low season to obtain their holiday parking permit. Who takes care of the maintenance of the holiday home during the winter months? 41. What is the security in case of closure of the caravan park? Does the static remain unattended all winter? Does the park you have chosen offer security? How do they guarantee the security of your holiday home?42. How long does the season last? Some parks have a short six-week break for Christmas, while other parks have a break of up to 3 months. Please note that while the park may still be open to guests during the winter months, the parks may not be.
What are unfair terms? Unfair terms are those that are taken in advance by the park owner in an agreement on which you have no choice but to accept or reject them as a whole and that give the park owner an unfair advantage over you. A parking owner must be fair and open with you. This subfolder contains license agreements (vacation contracts) for motorhomes and motorhome owners. There is also a lease for a static caravan. The documents in this file are designed in such a way that they can be printed and signed by both parties. . . .