Unfair Terms In Holiday Caravan Agreements
Do I need a building permit to install a holiday home on private land? If you have a problem with the park or caravan owners, there are organizations that can ask for help and advice. It may be helpful to talk to the park owner first to resolve any difficulties. A standard contract term is abusive when it results in a significant imbalance in the contractual rights and obligations of the parties to the detriment of the caravan owner. The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has submitted guidelines on conditions they deem unfair, including the age of the caravan rules, late payment penalties and clauses allowing a park owner to terminate a licence agreement for vague reasons. Fair questions about caravan/lodge holiday homes Should I pay the municipal tax for my caravan holiday home? What you should think To avoid confusion and misunderstanding, the terms of your agreement must be written down. Before you sign something, make sure you have all the information you need to make your decision. “We welcome the efforts of the British Holiday – Home Parks Association and the National Caravan Council to address the concerns of this market and provide clearer and fairer conditions for consumers who buy holiday caravans from holiday parks. We hope this will set an example for all park owners and encourage them to review their conditions to ensure they are fair. You will find information on abusive clauses in holiday caravan contracts for park owners and a leaflet entitled “A Fair Parking Space for Your Caravan” to advise consumers on the OFT website www.oft.gov.uk the agreement The terms of your contract should be easy to understand. You may also be asked to follow other terms. Take the time to carefully read the caravan sales contract, parking license, parking rules and regulations and all other agreements, such as .B.
a credit contract. Ask for time to read all this and don`t let yourself be rushed into a decision. If you don`t understand what the terms mean, ask. Make sure you know what you have agreed to now and what will happen later. Individually negotiated terms are called fundamentals and are not subject to unfair testing. Fundamental terms include all terms that define, in a simple and understandable language, the price or other key terms, including the length of a licence.