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					MODEL Rental Agreement

[Name of lessor], hereinafter known as ‘owner’ declares that they have leased to [Name of
lessee], hereinafter known as ‘user’, the following item(s):
[Object]
Transaction Number [Unique transaction number]
Price: [Amount] (for the agreed upon rental period as mentioned below)


An essential part of this rental agreement is a document which details the item’s state of
condition at the moment of handover. This document is additional to the general terms and
conditions and will include a written description of any damage which may have already
occurred to the object. It may also include photos and/or video footage (see appendix). This
additional document must be agreed upon and signed by both parties before handover.


This rental agreement is valid for the period of [Number] days beginning on [Date] and
ending on [Date].


This rental agreement will be no longer valid when the rental period has elapsed, unless it is
ended earlier by mutual agreement between user and owner.


The user must pay the owner in full five days before any rental period begins. In full means
the entire sum without discount, miscalculation or deferment. The sum must be that which has
been agreed upon during the bidding process and which is detailed on the invoice. If the item
is being rented on a repeat basis, these rules must be followed in each case. The method of
payment must be that required by the owner.

Please find enclosed: A description of the state of the item at the moment of handover.
                                                Transaction Number [Unique transaction number]


These general rental conditions may be called into use by both lessor and lessee in relation to
a rental agreement. This rental agreement has to be one which has been made via FLOOW2
International S.A. of Luxembourg (FLOOW2) concerning an object(s) which has/have been
offered for rental by the lessor. Both lessor and lessee have the right through mutual
discussion and agreement to exclude, adapt terms from this rental agreement and also to add
to this rental agreement. FLOOW2 is liable towards neither the lessor or the lessee for any
(possible) legal consequences which may arise from the use of these model rental terms and
conditions during their mutual legal relationship or from any other business relationship.


Section 1 Terms of Use
1.1. The rental object is for the sole use of the lessee, as described in the rental agreement.
The rental object must be used in appropriately and for its normally intended purpose.
1.2. It is forbidden to either partly or fully change the construction or appearance of the rental
object without first having obtained written consent from the lessor, unless it concerns
changes or additions that can be changed, fixed or deleted without appreciable costs. 1.2.1 up
to including 1.2.8 specifically relate to all of these types of changes, as well as those which
might possibly have been enacted by the lessor , whether through change, repair or deletion.
1.2 and 1.2.2 up to and including 1.2.8 are applicable in each case to any changes and
additions to the rental object which include:
a. changes in colour of the rental object
b. any other change which might affect the external appearance of the rental object.
1.2.2. The lessee is obliged to inform the lessor beforehand about any desired change or
addition to the rental object and to request their permission for this in writing. The lessor
undertakes to give their written response within a, given the circumstances, reasonable time
frame, or up to time period of eight weeks. The lessee may not proceed with the desired
changes and additions, until having received written permission, or a legal authorisation by a
court of law.
1.2.3. The lessor will only grant the prior written permission described in 1.2 if the changes or
additions to the rental object requested by the lessee are required for an efficient use of the
the rental object by the lessee and there are, moreover, no valid objections on the side of the
lessor to the implementation of these changes and additions. A valid objection is judged to be,
amongst others, the impossibility of undoing the required modifications or additions at the
end of the lease period without incurring considerable costs, or causing damage to the rental
object.
1.2.4. The lessor has the right to place additional costs or extra contractual clauses upon the
granting of written permission for modification including an increase in the lease fee if the
modifications and additions requested justify such an increase.
1.2.5. The lessor also has the right to link the granting of written permission to binding
instructions or directions in relation to the method and quality of the modifications desired by
the lessee ie in relation to colour, dimensions and choice of materials.
1.2.6. The modifications the lessee has adopted or instigated are not considered to be part of
the rented equipment and will have to be undone before or at the termination of the rental
agreement unless the lessor has given written permission or parties mutually agree to differ
from this rule.
1.2.7. Faults in the by the lessee adopted or applied modifications and additions, and any
additional faults and damages detrimental to the rental object caused by these initial faults are
judged not to be deficiencies of the rental object itself and do not give the lessee any valid
claim for compensation or damages against the lessor.

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The lessee will be responsible for any faults in the by the lessee adopted or applied
modifications and additions, and any additional faults and damages detrimental to the rental
object caused by these initial faults. The lessee will also indemnify the lessor against claims
from third parties in relation to these faults. The lessor also has no legal obligation towards
maintenance, repair or upkeep of modifications and additions made by the lessee.
1.2.8. Lessee has no claim on any compensation or other payment because of illegal
enrichment by the lessor or any third party in relation to modifications or additions made by
the lessee to the rental object which have not been undone before or at the end of the lease
period for whatever reason unless parties mutually agree differently.
1.3. The lessee is required to have made the appropriate enquiries as to whether the use of the
rental object requires any permits or dispensation and if so which these may be. The lessee is
responsible for the procurement of these permits and dispensations and for their timely
extension when required for the use of the rental equipment for the purposes for which it has
been designated. Failure to procure or renew any required permit or dispensation shall not be
judged to be a deficiency of the rental object, will be at the lessee’s own risk and does not
provide legal grounds to the lessee to nullify or cancel the lease agreement or instigate any
claim or legal action against the lessor.
1.4. If, in relation to the procurement or renewal of any permit or dispensation or in relation to
any government regulation, modifications have to be made to allow the use for the designated
purposes of the rental object, this will not be deemed to be a deficiency of the rental object
and the costs incurred in making these modifications will be borne by the lessee and he/she
will undertake to make these modifications in a proper manner in accordance with any
requirements issued by the government or other authorised bodies and after written
permission has been given by the lessor as stated in 1.2. The lessor shall be exempt from
bearing the costs of these modifications or of any related damage.
1.5. The lessee is obliged to use the rental object in such a manner that no violation of any
laws, by-laws or government regulations will occur and that there is no risk that any
previously issued permit or dispensation can or will be annulled or withdrawn. The lessee will
also comply with any requirements or regulations issued by public utilities or other companies
charged with the delivery of natural gas, water, power etc or its distribution or control.
1.6The lessee is obligated to use the rental object in such a manner that no inconvenience will
caused to the lessor, direct neighbours or to others present in the wider environment by the
use of the rental object.




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1.7. The lessee is obliged to use the rental object in such a manner that no damage to the
environment in any form, such as the emission of substances or the pollution of soil, subsoil
water, service water and the air, can occur or be expected to occur. The lessee is required to
take sufficient precautionary measures against this happening. By any action or negligence in
relation to these obligations, the lessee is responsible to the lessor or any third party to
undertake the timely, appropriate and thorough cleaning up of the caused pollution until the
government requirements have been met by the government or authorised bodies required
method. Also the lessee is liable for any damages incurred by the lessor or a third party in
relation to the pollution including any costs incurred while cleaning up, or costs arising from
the cleaning up operations when they are completed by others, for example the government or
lessor, The lessee is liable if this pollution has occurred in spite of the fact that the lessee was
under obligation to clean up under the terms of this agreement.
1.8. The lessee is obliged to take timely preventative action in order to prevent damage to, in
or by the rental object as a result of frost, a storm, precipitation or other weather, short
circuit, fire, leakage etc. If in spite of the precautions any damage as described might occur,
the lessee is required to properly inform the lessor forthwith and the lessee will be fully liable
for damages incurred by the lessor or affected third parties.
1.9. The lessee is not allowed, without prior written permission from the lessor,
to:
a. Let or lease the rental object partially or in full to a third party or in any other sense to sign
over partial or full rights to the rented object to a partnership or legal entity.
b. To sign over the rental object or any rights to it to a third party as collateral.

Section 2 State at moment of acceptance, pre inspection and final inspection, and state at
delivery.
2.1. With relation to the state of the rental object at the moment of acceptance and the
commencement of the rental agreement by the lessee the sections postulated in 2.1.1 and 2.1.2
will come into effect.
2.1.1. The lessee states that he has accepted the rental object in good working order without
deficiencies visible to the expert eye except those deficiencies and overdue maintenance
stated in the Appendix to the rental agreement signed by both parties and upon acceptance by
the lessee possibly augmented with photo and/or video material.
2.1.2. The lessee states that the lessor has handed over the keys of the rental object, insofar
applicable according to the Appendix, signed by both parties, attached or to be attached to the
rental agreement at the moment acceptance.
2.2. With relation to the pre inspection and final inspection of the rental object at the moment
of completion of the rental period the articles postulated in 2.2.1 up to and including 2.2.4 will
come into effect.
2.2.1. By or on behalf of both parties a joint pre inspection of the rental object must be carried
out. The findings and specifically the noted faults in the condition of the rental object for
which the lessee is liable will have to be stated in a report of pre inspection, that will have to
be co signed by both parties or their legal representatives. In this report of pre inspection any
activities required to return the rental object to the condition as defined in section 2.3.1 will
also have to be stated possibly augmented with further instructions regarding the ways and
means of execution of these activities. The lessee will have to execute or have executed these
activities in a to the lessor satisfactory manner and in within a reasonable timeframe, no later
than the day before the in section 2.2.2 described final inspection takes place.
2.2.2. Subsequently, a joint final inspection of the rental object must be carried out by or on
behalf of both parties. This final inspection should take place no later than the final working

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day prior to the expiration of the rental agreement or the return by the lessee of the rented
object should this take place prior to that moment. In this report of final inspection any
activities required to return the rental object to the condition as defined in section 2.3.1 will
also have to be stated which will have to be signed by either party of by their legal
representatives.
2.2.3. If the lessee does not co operate in a full and timely manner, after having been given
ample opportunity to do so, to the execution of the pre inspection or the creation and
undersigning of the pre inspection report or the creation and undersigning of the final report
the lessor has the right to have the pre and or final inspection carried out in the lessee’s
absence and to create and sign the pre and final inspection reports unilaterally which shall be
binding for the lessee. A copy of the unilaterally created pre and final inspection reports shall
be made available to the lessee by the lessor within a short time frame.
2.2.4. If and insofar the lessee should be found wanting in the timely thorough and proper
fulfilment of his obligation to have the modifications resulting from the pre inspection report
executed, within the reasonable timeframe indicated in the report but definitely before the day
of the final inspection, the lessee shall be in breach of contract and the lessor will have the
right to have these modifications implemented at the expense of the lessee. The lessor is also
entitled to have the modifications stated in the final inspection report, for which the lessee is
responsible executed at the expense of the lessee, with the aim of returning the rental object to
the state described in section 2.3.1. In these circumstances the lessee is liable to the lessor for
damages due to unavailability for use or let of the rental object.
2.3. In relation to the state at delivery by the lessee of the rental object at the completion of
the rental agreement and anything relating to that, sections 2.3.1 up to and including 2.3.3 will
be enacted.
2.3.1. The lessee commits himself, barring any alternate written agreement between parties, to
return the rental object in the 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 described condition to the lessor, well
maintained, with the exception of the allowed changes and modifications which both parties
have agreed not to revert or remove towards the end of the lease period, not including normal
wear and tear to which no obligations toward maintenance and/or repair have been assigned to
the lessee in the rental agreement.
2.3.2. The lessee also commits upon completion of the rental period, to return the rented
object cleaned and accompanied by all keys which have been handed over to the lessor and
deliver the object at a location designated by the lessor and communicated by the lessee in a
timely manner or in the absence of a designated location, the postal address of the lessor.

2.3.3. In case the lessee at the completion of the rental period has not removed the
modifications made of accepted by him contrary to the obligations to which he is liable
according to section 1.2.6 and 2.3.1 the lessee will be considered to have abstained from these
modifications or additions. The lessor’s rights to have these modifications altered or removed
at the expense of the lessee remain undiminished as will the lessor’s right to demand
compensation from the lessee for the deficiencies in the fulfilment of his legal obligations.
The lessee also has the right, when he/she so chooses, to take ownership of the modifications
made to the rental object or to have them removed or altered at the lessee’s expense. None of
these situations entitle the lessee any claim to compensation for illegal or unjust enrichment
from the lessee or a third party or any other claim relating to this.

Section 3 Faulty equipment, lessor liability, the rights of the lessee, liability of the lessee,
risks, maintenance, repair and replacement or renewal, insurance and levies and
taxation


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3.1. Within the framework of this rental agreement, the following are not deemed to be faults
with regards to the rental objects:
a. a condition or property of the rental object or another state unattributable to the lessee
which existed prior to the start of the rental agreement which was at that time reasonably
noticeable during a proper and expert inspection of the rental object but was not recorded in
the appendix attached or to be attached to the rental agreement and the undersigned
description of the state of acceptance of the rental object by the lessee.
b. defects to modifications applied or accepted by the lessee and additions and modifications
and defects stemming from these, detrimental to the rental object causing damage to the rental
object the lessor or a third party (see 1.2.7)
c. not or no longer being in possession of required permits or exemptions or having these
revoked relating to the use of the rental object in accordance with the designated use of the
rental object as set out in the rental agreement (see 1.3)
d. the circumstance that modifications have to be made to the rental object as a result or
condition to the obtaining of required permits or exemptions or any other government
regulations in order to allow the use of the rental object for the purpose designated in the
rental contract. (see 1.4)
3.2. The lessor is not liable for:
a. the consequences of defects which have occurred after the start of the rental agreement.
b. the consequences of defects that the lessor did not know of or could not reasonably be
expected to know of upon entering into the rental agreement
c. the consequences of the aspects described in sections 3.1 sub a up to and including d either
the aspects the lessor knows of or ought to have known of and those the lessor did not know
of or could not be reasonably expected to have known of. (see for the aspects described in
sections 3.1 b, c and d the postulated regulations in 1.2.7, 1.3 or 1.4)
d. Any possible damage to the lessee resulting from delay in the transfer of the rental object of
the lessor to the lessee as stated in section 5.1, unless this delay in transfer is attributable to
evil intent or gross negligence of the lessor him/herself. (see the postulated regulations in 5.1)
e. The damage to the person or property of the lessee or any third party in control of in the
vicinity of the rental object unless the damage is the result of evil intent or gross negligence
on the part of the lessor or damages resulting from defects the lessor knew of or ought to have
known of upon entering into the rental agreement.
f. Any trading loss incurred by the lessee unless the damage is the result of evil intent or gross
negligence on the part of the lessor or damages resulting from defects the lessor knew of or
ought to have known of upon entering into the rental agreement.
g. Any damages resulting from a defect of the rental object resulting from the in section 3.1 a
up to and including d unless the damage is the result of evil intent or gross negligence on the
part of the lessor or damages resulting from defects the lessor knew of or ought to have
known of upon entering into the rental agreement.
3.3. The lessee is not entitled to a reduction in the rental fee or a deferment or compensation
of the required payment or to a nullification or cancellation of the rental agreement in case of
a diminished use of the rental object resulting from one or more deficiencies or the in section
3.1 a up to and including d described aspects which may occur to in relation to the rental
object unless these deficiencies or the in section 3.1 a up to and including d described aspects
are caused by evil intent or gross negligence on the part of the lessor or damages resulting
from defects the lessor knew of or ought to have known of upon entering into the rental
agreement.
3.4. The lessee is liable towards the lessor for any damages to the rental object, unless it can
be proved by the lessee that he, any member of his staff or any person for whom he is
responsible in relation to the lessor is exempt from blame. This exception does not diminish

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the obligation on the part of the lessee towards upkeep and repair of the rental object within
the framework of the rental agreement.
3.5. For the duration of the lease period, all risks relating to the rental object, including the
risk of theft, embezzelment or loss, are to be borne by the lessee, even if there is no blame to
put on the lessee.
3.6. The following apply in relation to (the costs of) upkeep, repair, renewal or replacement:
3.6.1. Appropriate and timely execution of any and every repair of and to the rental object is
the responsibility of the lessee excluding major repairs and modifications insofar these relate
to the constructive elements of the rental object. The lessor will also be responsible for the
cleanliness of the rental object and the replacement of missing or worn parts of the rental
object.
3.6.2. The lessor is liable for the properly and timely implementation of replacement or
renewal of moveable objects which are part of the rental object and which are lost or damaged
through causes which are not part of the risks for which the lessee is liable.
3.6.3. The articles postulated in 3.6.1 and 3.6.2 do not diminish either parties obligations to
apply those repairs and renewals/replacements in a timely and thorough manner at their own
expense which have become necessary due to the actions or negligence of the party or its staff
which have been authorised by that party to use the rental objects.
3.6.4. In case of the situation postulated in sections 3.4 the costs of repair and
renewal/replacement will be borne fully by the lessee unless the exception described in
section 3.4 is true.
3.6.5. The articles postulated in 1.2.7 also apply in the situations described in 3.6.1 and 3.6.2
3.6.6. The party liable for the in 3.6.1 up to and including 3.6.5 stated modifications will,
unless parties mutually agree otherwise, have complete freedom of choice as to how and who
will be commissioned to carry out these modifications.
3.6.7By modifications to be implemented by or on behalf of the lessor, the lessee will be
consulted in advance to discuss a method and timeframe for the implementation which will
take into account the lessee’s interest as much as possible while also no losing sight of the
lessor’s reasonable demands.
3.6.8. If the lessee is found wanting in the proper and thorough execution of the maintenance
or repair and renewal for which he is liable the lessor is authorised to have these activities
implemented at the lessee’s expense.
3.7. The lessor is obliged to insure the rental object with a reputable insurance company
against at least the risk of fire, lightening, storm, precipitation, flooding, damage by internal
or external means, theft or embezzlement both for body work and legal liability, and to
maintain the insurance by prompt payment of insurance premiums until the moment the rental
object is returned. The lessor is obliged, at the lessee’s request, to disclose the type of
insurance and its level for the rental object no later than three days prior to the start of the
rental agreement.
3.8. Any levies or taxes resting on the rental object will be payable by the lessor.

Section 4 Failures on the part of the lessee

4.1. In case of the lessee being in default of payment before or on the due date, the lessor can
impose on the lessee an extra 10 % charge over the outstanding amount, and also be ordered
to pay any legal costs incurred even if they exceed the amount the lessee is ordered to pay by
the court using the usual rates for these scenarios.
4.2. In the case of tardy or incomplete payment by a lessee before or on the due date, non or
incomplete payment of one or more of the liabilities which are placed on the lessee by rental
or legal requirements or by factual non usage of the rental object in accordance with the

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designated use, the lessor will be entitled to have the rental agreement dissolved either by
legal or extra legal means in which case, just as when the lessor would demand observance of
the rental contract, in which case the lessee will be liable for payment of damages to the lessor
consisting at least of the rental payment terms outstanding until the expiration of the rental
contract. The lessee will be deemed to be in default by a single late or non payment or a single
instance of violation or non compliance with the terms of the rental agreement.
4.3. The lessor has the right to terminate the rental agreement in the case of bankruptcy or
(temporary) suspension of payment without having to serve notice, with immediate effect. In
case of a termination under these conditions all remaining instalments of the rental fee will
become payable forthwith. The articles postulated in 4.1 will be applicable in this situation.
4.4. In case of a situation as described in 4.2 and 4.3 the lessee automatically authorises the
lessor to take control and possession of the rental object. The lessee is committed to fully co
operate with this repossession. The articles postulated in Section 2 will remain in effect is
such an occasion should arise.

 Section 5 Further Stipulations
5.1. In the case that a rental object cannot be delivered to the lessee at the start of rental
agreement, because the rental object was not finished on time or because the previous lessee
or user failed to return the object to the lessor on time and or in a good working order or
because the lessor failed to arrange for the necessary permit(s), exemption(s) the lessee will
be exempt from payment of rental fees (including taxes) until the time the object becomes
available. All the other liabilities and rights of both parties will shift with the delayed
commencement of the rental period.
The duration of the rental period will also shift in the sense that the moving of the starting
date means that the end date is extended by the same period. The total duration of the lease
will thereby stay the same.
The lessor will not be liable to the lessee for any damages these delays may cause, unless the
delay has been caused by evil intent or gross negligence on the part of the lessor. The lessee
will not have the right to annul or cancel the lease contract on the grounds of the delay in
delivery of the rental object, unless the delay has been caused by evil intent or gross
negligence on the part of the lessor, and that the delay in availability is such that the lessee
cannot reasonably be held to the full terms of the agreement.
5.2. Insofar the lessee is a natural person, the lessee will grant the lessor the right to record his
personal details in a database or to have these processed.
5.3The lessee is obliged, in case of a prospective new lease or private or public sale of the
rental object or any part of it, to return the rental object at the lessor’s request to the lessor or
any agency operating on its behalf, and to allow prospective buyers the chance to look at the
rental object at close range.
Moreover, the lessor, and any expert appointed by him such as a technician, an estate agent or
an assessor, a solicitor or a receiver, has the right to properly inspect or survey the rental
object at any moment having consulted the lessee and given ample notice. The lessee is
required to give the lessor and any expert enlisted by him the opportunity to do so.
5.4. If two or more natural persons jointly act as lessor or lessee in a rental agreement or
become so during the lease period (for example by inheritance), anyone of them will be
personally responsible for each and every commitment or liability resulting from their role as
lessor or lessee in a rental agreement and the lessees and lessors will have one joint claim
against the other party for all deliverables and obligations resulting from this rental
agreement.
Any cancellation of the rental agreement will have to be from all lessees together towards
each individual lessor respectively from all lessors jointly to each individual lessee, for it to

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be valid. The sections postulated in 5.4 will not be diminished by the regulations described in
5.5, 5.6 and 5.7.
5.5. Insofar the rights of the lessee or lessor are part of a dissolved but undivided marital
community of property or the community of property of a registered partnership, the natural
person which acted as the lessor or lessee will continue to be designated as the person to
whom the required payments and deliveries should be made in case of legal transfer of the
ownership of the rental object insofar it is owned by the lessor or replacement of another
natural person as the lessee, the above will, all else remaining equal be valid for the new
owner or lessee, in case of which they will hold a similar position as the original lessor or
lessee mentioned in the original rental agreement
5.6. The lessee commits himself to notify the lessor forthwith of a possible seizure of property
concerning the lessees moveable or immoveable assets or on the rental objects or part of those
leased by him at the start of the rental agreement. The same applies to his request for a
suspension of payments or for his filing for bankruptcy.
The lessee also commits himself , should these situations occur, to notify and give access to
the rental agreement to the bailiff or receiver forthwith.
5.7. The lessor will have the authority to appoint a manager or agent to whom the lessee will
then make all required payments and or with whom the lessee will communicate regarding
any matter which may arise in relation to the rental agreement, until the lessor communicates
otherwise. The manager or agent, when appointed, will not be authorised to lay claim or make
a plea on behalf of the lessor.
5.8. As safeguard against a correct compliance with the terms and conditions resulting from
this rental agreement the lessee can when parties mutually agree issue a, for the lessor
acceptable bank guarantee issued by a commercial bank. In regards to this bank guarantee and
the issuing of it, the sections postulated in sections 5.8.1 up to and including 5.8.4 apply.
5.8.1. The bank guarantee has to be valid, not just for the duration of the lease period but also
for a period of at least three months after the end of the rental agreement, including any
extension to the original lease term, and after the rental object has been returned to the lessor.
5.8.2. The lessor is not allowed to compensate any monies owed to him by use or
modification of the bank guarantee.
5.8.3. When the lessor feels required to (partially) call in the guarantee, the lessee will be
obliged to issue a new valid bank guarantee forthwith or to see to additional guarantees or a
renewal of the guarantee in accordance to the previously stated regulation.
5.8.4. In case of non compliance or late compliance or incomplete compliance on the part of
the lessee or any obligations resulting from the sections 5.8 or 5.8.1 or 5.8.3, the sections
postulated in 4.1 and 4.2 apply.

Section 6 Applicable law and mediation

This rental agreement shall be governed by the laws applicable in the statutory residence or
the business location of the lessor.

Lessee and lessor are obliged to settle any disputes regarding the execution of the rental
agreement between them via mediation at first and subsequently via arbitration, unless both
parties mutually agree differently.


Accordingly agreed in ……………………… on………………………



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Lessor:                 Lessee:




………………………               ………………………
(Name of Lessor)        (Name of Lessee)




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Appendix Record of Condition

Part of the rental agreement relating to object number. [9.Objectnummer]

Description of the condition of the rental object, including any observed faults or
peculiarities, possibly augmented with photo or video evidence:




Signed in ……………………… on ………………………


Lessor:                                             Lessee:




………………………                                           ………………………
(Name of Lessor)                                    (Name of Lessee)


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