Booking Agreement

THIS BOOKING AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”), is entered into as of the date set forth on the signature page of this Agreement (the “Effective Date”), by and among the “Member” and the “Guest” (as each are defined on the booking confirmation page viewed and accepted by the Guest as a condition precedent to being presented with this Agreement (the “Booking Page”)), and Marquis, as defined in Section 10(s), herein (“Marquis”), as an intended beneficiary with respect to, but only with respect to, those particular provisions within which Marquis is explicitly referenced. The Member and the Guest may be referred to as the “Parties” and each individually as a “Party” throughout this Agreement.  

            WHEREAS, the Member is the manager or owner, or an authorized representative acting on behalf of the manager or owner, of the real property located at the address set forth on the Booking Page (the “Property”); and

            WHEREAS, the Member has promoted the Property as available for temporary occupancy for the “Occupancy Period” (as defined on the Booking Page); and

            WHEREAS, the Guest desires to rent the Property (the “Reservation”) for the period of time during which the Guest desires to occupy the Property (the “Occupancy Period”).

            NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement as they relate to the Reservation of the Property during the Occupancy Period.

  1. Term of the Reservation. The Occupancy Period shall commence on  [___]  (the “Check-In Time”) on the first date of the Occupancy Period and shall terminate at  [___]  (the “Check-Out Time”) on the final day of the Occupancy Period, unless otherwise terminated by the Member pursuant to Section 2 of this Agreement. Guest agrees to accept the Property “As-Is,” and acknowledges that Member makes no representations or warranties beyond those contained herein or otherwise implied by virtue of law. Guest will arrive at the Property at the start of the Occupancy Period no sooner than the Check-In Time, and will depart the Property at the end of the Occupancy Period no later than the Check-Out Time.
  2. Termination. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, in the event that the Guest violates any Reservation Rules (as defined below) contained in Section 4 of this Agreement, subject to any applicable cure period, the Member may, at its sole discretion, require the Guest to, and the Guest shall and shall cause all Visitors to, immediately vacate the Property (an “Early Termination”). In the event of an Early Termination, Guest shall not be entitled to a refund of any Reservation Fees (as defined below). Refunds of Security Deposits are subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
  3. Reservation Fees.
    1. Subject to the Extended Stay Requirement (as defined below), upon execution and delivery of this Agreement Guest shall pay to Marquis, without demand, those fees set forth on the Booking Page, including (i) the rental fee for the Reservation, and credit card processing fees incurred in connection therewith (together with all other Guest fees indicated on the Booking Page, hereinafter the “Reservation Fees”), (ii) the security deposit for the Reservation (the “Security Deposit”), and (iii) any fees for services ancillary to the Reservation (the “Ancillary Fees,” and together with the Reservation Fees and the Security Deposit, hereinafter referred to as the “Fees”).  To the extent Guest is delinquent by more than five (5) days in payment of Reservation Fees (including any due with respect to the Extended Stay Requirement), Guest may be required to pay certain late fees as reasonably determined by Marquis (in amounts not to exceed amounts permitted by the Statewide Housing Security & Tenant Protection Act of 2019 and the Housing Stability & Tenant Protection Act of 2019, or any other similar state or federal legislation, if any so applicable (the “Acts”)). If during or after the Occupancy Period Marquis receives a Member Claim which Marquis determines, in its sole, reasonable discretion, is likely to result in a Member Damages Amount in excess of the Security Deposit, Marquis may increase the Security Deposit by charging the Guest’s credit card on file the amount of such excess, which excess shall be treated as additional Security Deposit hereunder. Marquis reserves the right, in its sole discretion to, upon notice to the Guest, limit the amount of Fees payable via credit card (a “Credit Card Cap”). If Fees due from Guest exceed the Credit Card Cap, the balance of Fees must and shall be paid to Marquis by either wire transfer of immediately available funds, by ACH transfer, or by check (an “Alternate Payment”) and no Reservation shall be effective until such Alternate Payment has been received.
    2. To the extent the Acts restrict or prevent collection of the entirety of Reservation Fees (for example, if the Occupancy Period exceeds one month) upon execution and delivery of this Agreement, Guest agrees to remit, at the end of each month of the Occupancy Period, the maximum additional portion of the Reservation Fees collectible at such time, for the duration of the Occupancy Period (the “Extended Stay Requirement”).
    3. Fees shall be due on the earlier of the (i) the date(s) set forth on the Booking Page, and (ii) the last date before the Occupancy Period (the “Payment Dates”). In the event the Guest fails to pay any Fee by the applicable Payment Date, the Member may, at its sole discretion, elect to either (i) charge a late fee, or (iii) cancel the reservation ((ii) hereinafter referred to as a “Cancellation”).
    4. Guest acknowledges that the Member has, in entering into this Agreement, incurred significant costs, including but not limited to those costs incurred in preparation of the Property for the Occupancy Period, and has foregone the opportunity to offer the Property to a guest other than the Guest during the Occupancy period. Considering these costs incurred, in the event of a Cancellation, the Member shall be entitled to retain any or all of the Fees already paid by the Guest, subject to any understanding to the contrary contained on the Booking Page.
    5. Guest agrees not to institute any credit card or other payment agency chargeback with respect to any Fees collected by Member (a “Chargeback”), Marquis or any authorized representative of either. In the event that Guest violates this Section 3(e), Guest agrees that Marquis or its authorized representative, shall be entitled to recover the amount subject to the Guest’s Chargeback, and any fees incurred by Member in connection with enforcement of this Section 3(e), including but not limited to processing fees and legal fees (collectively “Chargeback Expenses”), by charging (or having charged) an amount equal to such Chargeback Expenses to Guest’s credit card used to pay Fees, or otherwise collecting such amount from the Guest (which the Guest hereby agrees to pay on demand), and distributing the proceeds thereof accordingly (the “Chargeback Guaranty”). In order to secure the due and punctual satisfaction of the Guest’s obligations with respect to the Chargeback Guaranty, the Guest grants to Marquis a security interest (the “Security Interest”) in all of the assets, of every type and description, of the Guest, whether now or hereafter owned by the Guest (the “Collateral”), and upon the Guest’s failure to promptly satisfy the Chargeback Guaranty, the Guest authorizes Marquis to file such UCC financing statements as Marquis may deem necessary and appropriate in order to perfect and keep perfected Marquis’ Security Interest and continuing lien in, on and to the Collateral, and the proceeds thereof and any replacements or substitutions thereof. For the avoidance of doubt, Guest’s sole recourse with respect to any dissatisfaction with the Property during the Occupancy Period is set forth in Section 6, below. For the purpose of clarity, if Guest makes any claim with its credit card company, or other payment agency (e.g. paypal, venmo, etc.) that would protest, cancel, or otherwise diminish payment by Guest of Fees, such claim shall for purposes of this Agreement be deemed a “Chargeback” which would trigger obligations under the Chargeback Guaranty. Notwithstanding the foregoing, to the extent that the Guest pays Fees via wire transfer of immediately available funds, this Section 3(e) shall be deemed null and void ab initio.
    6. The Guest will not be entitled to, and will not receive any refund of Fees for any period of inclement weather (i) overlapping the Occupancy Period, (ii) interfering with Guest’s ability to reach the Property during the Occupancy Period, or (ii) causing the Guest to abandon the Property prior to the conclusion of the Occupancy Period.
  4. Reservation Rules. The Guest’s use of the Property during the Occupancy Period shall be governed by the following rules (the “Reservation Rules”) which may be waived only by the Member, in writing:
    1. Smoking. Unless otherwise set forth on the Booking Page, smoking of any kind is not permitted at the Property.
    2. Occupancy. As provided by the Guest on the Booking Page, during the Occupancy Period, the Guest and  __  additional adults, and  __  additional children will be occupying the Property (each a “Guest Party Member”). Guest shall not permit, nor allow any Guest Party Member to permit, any person other than the Guest Party Members onto the Property at any time (the “Guest Party Obligation”). For the avoidance of doubt, no reference to  “Visitors” in this Agreement shall be construed as modifying the restriction in this Section 4(b) and, instead, references to “Visitors” are made for the purpose of making clear that restrictions in this Agreement apply to every person who is from time to time present at the Property, whether an authorized Guest Party Member or otherwise. The number of Guest Party Members shall not exceed the maximum occupancy number provided on the Booking Page (the “Occupancy Amount”). In the event the Guest breaches the Guest Party Obligation, the Occupancy will be deemed an “Event,” and Marquis reserves the right, and the Guest grants Marquis the right, to charge the Guest up to $10,000 as an Event fee. FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT, NOTHING HEREIN SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS A GRANT OF ANY AUTHORITY TO GUEST TO HOST, OR CAUSE A THIRD PARTY TO HOST, ANY EVENT.
    3. General Behavior. Guest agrees to treat, and to cause Visitors to treat, with the same level of care that Guest would treat, or cause Visitors to treat, its own property;
    4. Noise. Guests, Guest Party Members, and any other persons invited to the Property by the Guest or the Guest Party Members (collectively “Visitors”) shall maintain noise levels so as to not disturb any Property neighbors.
    5. Injuries and Illnesses. Guest agrees to use, and cause Visitors to use, the Property in accordance with its intended use (primarily, lodging purposes). By entering into this Agreement, Guest acknowledges that Guest expressly assumes the risk of any injury or illness occurring in connection with the use by the Visitors of the Property. Guest will immediately, or otherwise as soon as reasonably possible, notify Member of any injury to any Visitor that occurred at the Property.
    6. Property Condition. Guest shall immediately (or otherwise, as soon as reasonably possible) inform Member of any condition of the Property that, in Guest’s reasonable belief, renders the Property unfit for occupancy, or might otherwise threaten the structural or aesthetic integrity of the Property. Guest shall leave the Property at the end of the Occupancy Period in the same condition as at the beginning of the Occupancy Period.
    7. Business Conducted at the Property. Neither the Property nor any part of the Property nor any space appurtenant to the Property nor any land or water bordering the Property shall be used for the purpose of carrying on any business, profession or trade of any kind, except as customary with the occupancy of any property similar to the Property.
    8. Laws and Regulations. Prior to, during and after the Occupancy Period, the Visitors shall abide by all laws, ordinances, rules and orders of appropriate local, state and federal governmental authorities with regard to the use by the Visitors of the Property, and shall not engage in any illegal activity thereon.
    9. Appliances, Facilities and Systems. Visitors shall use all Property appliances, facilities, systems or other Property features in accordance with their intended uses. Guest agrees to limit use of all electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating, air conditioning and other Property facilities as necessary in connection with the reasonable use of the Property by the Visitors. For the avoidance of doubt, the Guest shall not use any of the foregoing in any way that would not reasonably be anticipated by the Member, or any person in a similar position to the Member with regard to any real property.
    10. Utilities. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Guest and the Member, utility costs arising during the Occupancy Period will be allocated between the Guest and the Member, and the Guest and Member will be responsible for the payment and/or reimbursement to the other Party of such utility costs, as set forth in the Marquis Utilities Allocation Rules, a copy of which have been made available for Member’s and Guest’s review at the following URL: This Section 4(j) shall survive any inclusion of nightly utility fees in Reservation Fees, as agreed to on the Booking Page.   
    11. Pets. Pets are not permitted on the Property, absent the prior written consent of Marquis, which consent shall be contingent upon the approval of the Member.   
    12. Valuables. Guest agrees to store and/or maintain valuables at the Property at its own risk. Guest acknowledges and accepts that owner is under no obligation whatsoever to provide any form of anti-theft or security system at the Property. Guest acknowledges that Member makes no representations as to the efficacy of any such system maintained at the Property, if any.
    13. Dangerous Items. Possession of guns, other weapons, explosives, hazardous materials, illicit drugs, or other dangerous items, at the Property is prohibited at all times.
    14. Doors and Windows. Guest will at all reasonable times keep Property windows and doors locked. Guest will restore any house appliance, system or facility to its resting condition upon completion of the Guest’s use thereof (i.e. shutting off ovens, putting out fires, etc.).
    15. Additional Reservation Rules. Visitors will at all times abide by any additional rules or restrictions provided by Member whether provided (i) upon entrance into this Agreement and attached hereto, (ii) prior to the Occupancy Period, or (iii) upon Guest’s arrival at the Property ((i) and (ii) collectively, the “House Policies”). In the event of any conflict between House Policies and this Agreement, the terms of the House Policies shall control. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the House Policies shall not be construed as to bind Marquis without Marquis’ prior written consent which may be withheld in Marquis’ sole discretion.
    16. Cleaning Obligation. If the Occupancy Period is longer than seven (7) days, at the end of each seven (7) day period of the Occupancy Period, the Property will be professionally cleaned. Ancillary Fees for such cleaning services shall be paid by the Guest as incurred by the Member and are not included in any Fees collected prior thereto.
    17. Guest acknowledges and agrees that any breach of Subsections (a), (b), (h), (k) or (m) at any time (i) will constitute a material breach of this Agreement by the Guest, (ii) will result in the Member incurring additional costs and expenses in connection with the operation of the Property, and (iii) that therefore, in consideration of costs and expenses incurred by Member upon any such breach, the Guest will forfeit all of its Security Deposit to the Member without further consent or requirement of action by or on the behalf of the Guest, such forfeiture not to be deemed an exclusive remedy. For the avoidance of doubt, breaches of these Subsections are not curable. Cure periods for all other Reservation Rule breaches shall be 24 hours from receipt of notice of such breach.
  5. Representations, Warranties and Acknowledgements:
    1. Guest represents and warrants to the Member that:
      1. Guest is at least 21 years of age;
      2. Guest has the power and authority to enter into this Agreement;
      3. Entrance into this Agreement by the Guest will not constitute a breach by Guest of any agreement or other understanding between Guest and any third party; and
      4. Guest shall supervise Visitors in and around the Property at all times, and ensure that all Visitors abide by the House Policies and Reservation Rules.
    2. Member represents and warrants to the Guest that:
      1. Any reconfiguration of sleeping arrangements made by the Member prior to the Occupancy Period at the Property shall not diminish the Property’s suitability for the Occupancy Amount;
      2. The Property is suitable for the Guest’s quiet enjoyment and free of dangerous or hazardous conditions; and
      3. The Property, as of the time of the commencement of the Occupancy Period, is in a reasonably good state of repair and no condition persists at the Property of which the Member had, or upon reasonable inspection by the Member or its authorized representatives should have had knowledge, that would be deemed by a Guest to constitute a breach of the Member’s representation in this Section 5(b)(iii).
    3. Guest agrees and acknowledges that certain uses by the Guest Party Members of the Property will result in Member incurring additional, unexpected expenses (“Extraordinary Expenses”) for which Guest is obligated to reimburse Member as set forth in Section 7, below. For the purposes of this Agreement, Extraordinary Expenses shall include (i) costs incurred by Member in connection with Guest’s use of the Property other than those costs allocated to the Member on the Marquis utility cost allocation table (“Member Costs”), a copy of which is available here:; (ii) other costs incurred by Member, other than Member Costs, which Guest was notified by Member prior to the commencement of the Reservation would be treated as Extraordinary Expenses; and (iii) costs arising as a result of Guest’s use of the Property for any reason or purpose other than as is customary in connection with temporary residential inhabitance(s). For the avoidance of doubt, with respect to (iii) in the preceding sentence, Member’s assumption upon entering into this Agreement is that Guest, and all Guest Party Members, will use the Property for no purpose other than as a temporary place of residence.
    1. Guest agrees that any issues relating to the fitness of the Property for its intended purpose, during the Occupancy Period, shall be handled by correspondence between Guest and the person appointed as point-of-contact to Guest (the “Point Of Contact”) prior to the commencement of the Occupancy Period, and the Guest acknowledges and agrees that nothing herein shall be construed as a guarantee by the Point of Contact to rectify any such issue(s).
    2. If any issue(s) communicated to the Guest’s Point of Contact pursuant to Section 6(a) is not resolved within a reasonable period of time of such correspondence, Guest shall submit feedback with respect to such issue(s) to Marquis here within two (2) weeks of the end of the Occupancy Period (a “Guest Submission”). Failure by Guest to timely make a Guest Submission shall constitute a waiver of Guest’s right to request any refund for any such issue at a later date. Upon timely receipt of a Guest Submission, Marquis will determine whether a refund, credit, or other renumeration is appropriate, and if so, process the same.
    3. Member and Guest each agree that (i) the amount to be refunded or credited, if any, pursuant to a Guest Submission is difficult to determine with precision, (ii) Marquis, in light of its experience in resolving similar conflicts, is in the best position to fairly evaluate all information received with respect to a Guest Submission and determine the appropriate refund or reimbursement with respect thereto, and (iii) therefore, Member and Guest each agree to accept Marquis’ determination as to treatment of Guest Submissions as a final determination thereof, fully enforceable both in law and in equity and waives any rights to protest its acceptance of this provision hereafter.
    4. Member and Guest each agree that, except in the instance of fraud, all decisions made by Marquis pursuant to this Section 6 are final decisions, not subject to negotiation, and that the Member shall have no right to inspect any reports filed or created in connection therewith.
  7. Security Deposit Returns; Extraordinary Expenses; Dispute Resolution – The Marquis Resolution Center.          
    1. After conclusion of the Occupancy Period, Member and its authorized representatives will be prompted by Marquis, and be provided a finite period of time, to submit claims for Property damages or Extraordinary Expenses incurred during the Occupancy Period (a “Member Claim”), which shall indicate the Member’s monetary damage estimate (the “Member Damages Amount”), and may include evidentiary support thereof. Failure by Member to timely submit a Member Claim shall constitute a waiver of such right, and be deemed authorization for Marquis to release any Security Deposit not otherwise released pursuant to this Agreement, to the Guest.
    2. Marquis will, within a commercially reasonable time period, forward the Member Claim to the Guest, and provide Guest a finite time period within which to accept the Member Claim, or counter the Member Claim (a “Guest Counter”). If Guest fails to timely submit a Guest Counter, or accepts the Member Claim, the corresponding Member Damages Amount shall be released by Marquis to the Member from the remaining Security Deposit and the balance, if any, returned to Guest.
    3. If the Guest submits a Guest Counter, Marquis will thereafter facilitate correspondence between the Guest and the Member with respect to the Member Claim and the Guest Counter, until such point as Marquis reasonably believes that the Guest and Member will not, acting without the assistance of Marquis, reach resolution, at which point Marquis may, upon considering the facts and circumstances surrounding the Member Claim and Guest Counter, in its sole reasonable discretion make a final determination as to the amount of Security Deposit to be released to the Member, the Guest or both.  Guest and Member each agree that (i) the actual Member Damages Amount is difficult to determine with precision, (ii) Marquis, in light of its experience in resolving similar conflicts, is in the best position to fairly evaluate all information received with respect to a Member Claim and determine the appropriate Member Damages Amount with respect thereto, and (iii) therefore, Member and Guest each agree to accept Marquis’ determination made pursuant to this Section 7(c), as a final determination, fully enforceable both in law and in equity and waives any rights to protest its acceptance of this provision hereafter.
  8. Indemnification. Guest agrees to hold harmless, defend and indemnify each of, as applicable, Member, Marquis, and each of their employees, consultants, agents, representatives, affiliates, officers, managers and directors (collectively with Marquis and the Member, the “Indemnitees,” and each an “Indemnitee”) from and against any and all claims for property damage, personal injury, and any all claims, demands, causes of action, payments, costs and expenses (including legal fees and disbursement incurred by any Indemnitee in connection with the foregoing) (each a “Claim”) arising directly or indirectly out of, or in connection with (i) damage to the Property or personal injury at the Property due to any Guest Party Member’s or Visitor’s negligence, willful misconduct, or breach of any obligations set forth herein; (ii) the breach by Guest or any Visitor of any Reservation Rules, House Policies or other provisions of this Agreement, or (iii) Guest’s or any Visitor’s occupancy of or presence at the Property, before, during or after the Occupancy Period, provided however that the Guest shall have no indemnity obligation to the Member hereunder to the extent the relevant Claim arose, directly or indirectly, from the Member’s gross negligence, willful neglect, or breach of any of its obligations set forth hereunder. In the event of any Claim, the Indemnitee(s) shall notify Guest of such Claim as soon as reasonably possible, and Guest shall assume the defense of such Claim at its own cost and expense, provided, however, that Guest shall not be entitled to enter into settlement with regard to any such claim without the prior written consent of the Member, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld. Indemnitees shall be entitled to participate in any such defense at its or their own expense.
  9. Limitation of Liability.
  10. Miscellaneous.
    1. Holdovers. For each calendar day that any Visitor remains at the Property beyond the Occupancy Period (including the final day of the Occupancy Period, after Check-Out Time), the Guest agrees to pay additional fees equal to (i) $200 per hour, if the holdover does not extend past the date of check-out, and (ii) the daily Reservation Fee for the Property if, and per day that, the holdover extends past the date of check-out (“Holdover Fees”) and authorizes the Member or Marquis to charge all Holdover Fees to the Reservation Card, or use whatever other reasonable means necessary to recoup any Holdover Fees not charged to the Reservation Card.
    2. Force Majeure. Neither Member nor Marquis shall be liable for any default or delay in the performance of its responsibilities under the Agreement if and to the extent such default or delay is caused, directly or indirectly, by fire, flood, hurricane, earthquake, ocean phenomena, drought, elements of nature or acts of God, riots, strikes, civil disorders, quarantine restrictions, epidemics, pandemics, or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of such party ("Force Majeure"). If it appears that the Force Majeure will prevent or result in a delay in a Guest, acting reasonably, from having normal use of the Property or will prevent the Member from performing its obligations under this Agreement, all payments for any unused portion of the rental will be refunded to Guest.
    3. Keys. Guest will be provided with either an access code for the Property, or one or more keys to the Property. Upon conclusion of the Occupancy period, Guest shall return any keys as instructed in the House Policies. Guest will be responsible for reimbursing Member for lost keys in the amount of $50, whether or not the loss of such keys was referenced in any Member Claim.
    4. Brokerage. In the event of a purchase of the Property by a Guest, Member agrees to pay to Marquis a real estate brokerage commission equal to three percent (3%) of the total Property purchase price. Upon any such sale, Marquis will provide Member with its real estate brokerage license information.
    5. Reservation Cancellation. The Parties acknowledge and agree that upon reasonable determination by Member or Marquis that it will be or has become unable to satisfy its obligations arising in connection with a Reservation, Member or Marquis may terminate any such Reservation (a “Member Termination”) effective immediately. In the event of a Marquis Termination, Guests will receive a refund of Fees from the Member proportional to the number of days during left in the Occupancy Period at the time of Member Termination and Member will be released of all obligations to Guest, inclusive of the obligation to find a replacement Property or Reservation.
    6. Insurance. Member makes no representation as to the existence, or lack thereof, of any insurance policy tied to use of the Property by the Member or the Visitors. Guest grants Marquis authority to cause SafelyStay, Inc., to  verify Guest’s identity, and check criminal databases in order to confirm Guest’s reservation. Complete terms regarding Safely’s guest verification can be found at Guest may contact Safely at, or go to, if Guest has any questions with regard to the foregoing authorization.  
    7. Alterations. Guest shall make no changes or alterations to the Property without the prior written consent of the Member, which consent may be withheld in the Member’s sole discretion. Should Member consent to any changes or alterations, the product of such changes or alterations shall inure to the benefit, and become the property of the Member, to the exclusion of the Guest and the Visitors.
    8. Property Configuration. Member may reconfigure the Property at any time prior to the Occupancy Period, so long as such reconfiguration does not diminish the Property’s suitability for the Occupancy Amount.
    9. Assignment. The Guest may not assign or transfer any of its rights or obligations arising hereunder to any third party without the prior written consent of the Member. The Member may assign or transfer any of its right or obligations arising hereunder to any third party acquiring the Property or any interest therein. Breach of this Section 10(i) by the Guest may, at the sole discretion of the Member, constitute an Early Termination, and any such unauthorized assignment or transfer shall be considered null and void.
    10. Access to Premises; Right to Inspection. Member and its authorized representatives shall be entitled to enter the Property for the purpose of inspecting the Property and making necessary repairs, or showing the Property for rent or sale, at reasonable daytime hours, including weekends, with or without notice to the Guest. In the event the Member or its authorized representatives are required to access the Property to avoid a breach by the Member of this Agreement, the Guests shall cooperate with Member as reasonably necessary to accommodate such access.
    11. Signage. Member may maintain signage at the Property, relating to the Property, and no Visitor shall interfere in any way, shape or form with such signage. Breach of this Section 10(k) by any Visitor may, at the sole discretion of the Member, constitute an Early Termination.
    12. Abandonment. Abandonment of the Property for more than seven (7) consecutive days, or any other period that, considering the surrounding circumstances would cause a reasonable person to presume that the Property was abandoned, during the Occupancy Period may, at the sole discretion of the Member, constitute an Early Termination.
    13. No Landlord-Tenant Relationship. Nothing herein shall be interpreted as to establish a landlord-tenant relationship between the Guest and either Marquis or the Member.
    14. Opportunity to Review. Guest acknowledges that Guest has been provided opportunity to review and ask questions pertaining to this Agreement, which is fundamental to the understanding between the Guest and the Member, and that failure of Guest to either review or ask questions pertaining to this Agreement is a decision made by Guest at its own risk.
    15. Severability. The invalidity of any portion of this Agreement shall not affect the validity, force or effect of the remaining portions of this Agreement. If it is ever held that any restriction hereunder is too broad to permit enforcement of such restriction to its fullest extent, each Party agrees that a court of competent jurisdiction may enforce such restriction to the maximum extent permitted by law, and each party hereby consents and agrees that such scope may be judicially modified accordingly in any proceeding brought to enforce such restriction.
    16. Headings. The section and paragraph headings contained in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not affect in any way the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement.
    17. Governing Law; Venue. These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without regard to conflict or conflict of law principles. Any suit or other action arising out of, or in connection with, this Agreement may be brought only in the New York state courts sitting in New York County, New York or in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and each of the Parties hereby irrevocably consents to the jurisdiction of, and venue in, such courts. 
    18. Amendment. This Agreement may be amended, modified or supplemented only by a written agreement signed by all the Parties hereto.
    19. Waiver. The failure of either Party at any time to require performance by the other party of any provision hereof shall in no way affect the full right to require such performance at any time thereafter. Nor shall the waiver by either Party of a breach of any provision hereof be a waiver of any succeeding breach of the same or any other such provisions or be a waiver of the provision itself.
    20. Marquis Entities. If the Property is located in Colorado, “Marquis” means Marquis Colorado, LLC. If the Property is located anywhere other than Colorado, “Marquis” means Marquis New York, LLC. Nothing in this Section 10(s) shall be deemed or construed as to modify Section 10(q) of this Agreement.

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