terms and conditions

CRAWFORDHOUSE

         Student Accommodation Scarborough

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS


CRAWFORD HOUSE
8 & 9 CROWN TERRACE
SCARBOROUGH
YO11 2BL

LICENCE TO OCCUPY

 

 

ROOM NUMBER_________     NAME_________________________________________

DATE OF OCCUPATION FROM ____/____/20____ TO ____/____/20____

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RESIDENCE

The Contract between Crawford House and the student is made up of the following:

• An Offer setting out the specific details of the accommodation to the student
• The Crawford House Licence to occupy which is current at the time the Licence comes into effect
• Any fee information and/or invoices in relation to the Licence fees issued with the offer or after issue of the offer
(a) The above documents create a legally binding contract between the student and Crawford House

1. Student Undertaking

1.1 Acceptance of an offer of a place in the Student Accommodation is also acceptance by the Licensee of the Terms and Conditions of the Accommodation currently in force
1.2 This Licence to Occupy regulates the relationship between Crawford House and students who are resident in its Student Accommodation

2. Definitions

2.1 ‘Accommodation Staff’ means all the staff appointed by Crawford House to manage the Student Accommodation
2.2 Any reference to Crawford House’s consent means consent in writing signed on its behalf by an authorised Crawford House Officer
2.3 ‘Emergency situation’ means flood, earthquake, hurricane or any other type of natural disaster, war, threat of bombs, terrorist threats, and any other emergency making a student accommodation uninhabitable, unfit or unsafe in any other way for occupancy.
2.4 ‘Offer of Crawford House Accommodation’ means the notification sent by Crawford House to the student setting out the terms and conditions upon which occupation of a Room within the Student Accommodation is permitted by Crawford House
2.5 ‘Room’ means a part of the Student Accommodation which is occupied as a residence and private study room and as detailed in the Offer of Crawford House Accommodation including fixtures and fittings, furniture and furnishings and contents therein
2.6 Student Accommodation means the accommodation available for occupation from time to time by students of Crawford House.
2.7 ‘The Advance Licence Fee Deposit’ means a sum (as specified previously) payable by the Licensee on offer of a place in the Student Accommodation. The terms on which the Advance Licence Fee Deposit is held are set out in clause 4.2
2.8 ‘The Common Areas’ means all the parts of the Student Accommodation which are not Rooms and includes kitchen areas, lounges, stairwells , yards used in common with the other occupiers of the student accommodation
2.9 ‘The Licence Fee’ means the fee for Rooms for the Residential Year as determined by Crawford House prior to the Residential Year and notified to the Licensee in the Offer of Crawford House Accommodation and payable in accordance with clause 4.1
2.10 ‘The Licensee’ means a student enrolled and in attendance on a full-time programme of study at a college or university or a full-time approved course affiliated to a college or university who has been offered and who has accepted a place at a college or university
2.11 ‘The Residential Year’ is the period during which Student Accommodation are available for students’ occupation under this Licence to Occupy and as detailed in the Offer of Crawford House Accommodation
Note: The Residential Year will not necessarily start and finish on the same dates as the Academic Year

3. ‘Crawford House’ means Crawford House, 8 & 9 Crown Terrace, Scarborough,YO11 2BL
and the staff or third parties acting on its behalf

Occupancy

3.1 Subject to the Licensee remaining a student of a university or college, paying the Licence
Fee and complying with the terms of this Licence to Occupy, Crawford House gives the Licensee the right to occupy a Room as a Licensee for the Residential Year as a private study room for the Licensee only and for no other purpose and to vacate the Room and to remove all personal belongings immediately on the termination of this Licence to Occupy. This Licence to Occupy does not create a tenancy

Note: The Licence to Occupy is for the entire duration of the Residential Year. Accordingly, the Licensee remains responsible for payment of the Licence Fee until the end of the Residential Year, even when the Licence to Occupy is terminated prematurely and the Licensee vacates the Room, but see clauses 4.6 and 5.1 below if any part of the Licence Fee from any previous Residential Year is still outstanding at the commencement of a new residential year, Crawford House will not give any student a Licence to Occupy a Room as a Licensee.
If the Licensee vacates a Room, removing all personal belongings and surrendering the keys prior to the end of the Residential Year the Licensee remains responsible for the payment of the Licence Fee until the end of the Residential Year however the Licensee has no right to re-occupy the Room after the date of vacation.
This Licence to Occupy does not refer to a specific Room. Crawford House reserves the right to transfer a Licensee’s occupation to a different Room on reasonable written notice. 3.2 In exceptional circumstances a Licensee may with Crawford House’s consent (acting reasonably) change Rooms during the Residential Year.
Crawford House will consider requests on their merits, and in the light of the availability of alternative Rooms and the practical and financial implications for Crawford House of granting such consent. Any change in occupation is subject to a charge set out in clauses 4.4 and 4.5
3.3 While the Licensee occupies the Room as a single, private study room, he/she is permitted to have one overnight guest (aged 18 or over only) in the Room, for no more than two nights in any one week, provided that the Licensee:
3.3.1 completes guest registration book, available at the premises and obtains written permission from an authorised officer from Crawford House.
3.3.2 signs his/her guests in at the reception area, does not give his/her keys (or copies) to any guest and takes reasonable steps to ensure that his/her guests are not left unattended while in the Student Accommodation:
3.3.3 ensures that such guests comply with the fire safety and other procedures for the relevant Student Accommodation:
3.4 While Crawford House will use reasonable endeavours to respect the Licensee’s right to privacy the Licensee shall not interfere with Crawford House’s management of the Student Accommodation and accordingly Crawford House, reserves the right:
3.4.1 for authorised personnel to enter the Room at any time to inspect its condition, to carry out such repair works as Crawford House thinks necessary, to serve a notice to vacate the Room in accordance with clause 4.1 and clause 5.2 and for other appropriate purposes which in the reasonable opinion of Crawford House require entry to the Room 3.4.2 to prohibit visitors or escort or remove visitors out of the student accommodation at any time if necessary in the interests of security and/or the health and safety of other residents and for such other purposes as Crawford House reasonably decides requires the prohibition of visitors
4. Charges
4.1 The Licence Fee for the agreed term of occupation shall be paid either
A. In full.
B. . In three OR two instalments in advance
C. By monthly Standing Order in advance.
A,B & C – Within the time and dates specified by the landlords in the application process.
Note: If the Licensee fails to pay the full instalment of the Licence Fee on the due date, Crawford House may in accordance with clause 5.2.2 terminate this Licence to occupy by serving on the Licensee a notice to vacate the Room. If the Licensee fails to vacate the Room within the time required by the notice, Crawford House may apply to the Court for an Order to evict the Licensee from the Room
If the Licensee is experiencing difficulties in paying the Licence Fee instalments by the due dates, he or she should contact Crawford House management.
4.2 The offer accepted by a Licensee for a place in the Student Accommodation must be accompanied by payment of the Advance Licence Fee Deposit. If the Licensee fails to enrol at a college or university and fails to take up occupation of the room at the start of the Residential Year (or where the offer of a place has been accepted after the Residential Year has begun and the Licensee fails to take up occupation on the date on which the Room is made available for occupation by the Licensee)
Crawford House will deduct from the Advance Licence Fee Deposit an amount to cover the administrative costs (minimum of £100, maximum £250)
4.2.1 In the event that the Licensee fails to take up occupancy within one week without notifying Crawford House from when the room becomes available Crawford House reserves the right to terminate the Licence and recover its costs
4.3 If damage is caused to the Common Areas, the Licensee shall, together with all other occupants of the room or corridor or residence where the damage has occurred, account to Crawford House for a reasonable proportion of the cost of remedying the damage as determined by Crawford House
Note: When living in the Student Accommodation, the Licensee forms part of a community of students for the period of the Licence to Occupy.
Like any other community, it depends on each and every member playing a part in ensuring its safe and efficient running. Where safety and efficiency are compromised and costs are incurred by the Crawford House as a result of damage to the Common Areas, it will be necessary to pass the reasonable cost of repair onto the Licensee and to other student occupiers of the Student Accommodation collectively and in equal amounts (even if the Licensee or other student occupiers are not at the Student Accommodation), as outlined in clause 4.3.
The provision is also necessary to deter an increase in accommodation fees to meet such costs. The communal damage charge will only be imposed, where, after reasonable investigation, the person or persons responsible for the damage cannot be identified
The Licensee may appeal in writing against the imposition by Crawford House of the cost of the damage in relation to clause 4.3 to Crawford House management within 10 working days of the date of the notice of the charge. The decision of the Crawford House management shall be issued to the Licensee within 10 working days of receipt of the appeal
A separate invoice will be raised in respect of communal damage and the Licensee shall pay the charges within 10 working days of the date of the invoice. Where the Licensee appeals against the imposition of the charge and the appeal is unsuccessful or the charge has been varied as a result of the appeal, payment should be made within 10 working days of the date of the notice of the outcome of the appeal.
4.4 An administrative fee of £100 will be charged to a Licensee who requests to change Rooms during the Residential Year which represents the reasonable cost of arranging the change by Crawford House
4.5 A proportionate reduction in the Licence Fee will be made for a Licensee who accepts an offer to occupy a Room after the beginning of the Residential Year. The Licensee will pay the remainder of the current instalment and other subsequent instalments of the Licence Fee as required by clause 4.1 4.6 No refund of the Licence Fee will be made on termination of the Licence to Occupy for any reason, at any time in the Residential Year except as indicated at
clauses 3.2, 4.6.1 and 5.1 below:
4.6.1 where a Licensee who continues to be an enrolled student at the Crawford House wishes to vacate the Room a refund will only be given where another enrolled student can be found to replace the Licensee who is both acceptable to Crawford House and is somebody not already residing in Crawford House. Refunds will be proportional based on the period of time for which Crawford House is able to re-let the Room. An administrative fee of £100 will be charged to the Licensee upon a replacement taking occupation of the room, which represents the reasonable cost of administrating the change by the Crawford House.
4.7 A reasonable charge (minimum of £25) shall be made for the replacement of each lost key or fob. The Licensee may also be required to pay the reasonable cost of replacing locks caused by the loss of keys (minimum of £75), or in the event that a member of staff from Crawford House’s Security Service provides access to the
Room and/or Student Residences, a reasonable charge (minimum of £25) shall be imposed on the Licensee.
4.8 A reasonable charge (minimum of £20) shall be made for cleaning of the Room and the Common Areas where in the reasonable opinion of Crawford House the Licensee fails to maintain reasonable standards of cleanliness and tidiness under clause 8.1.1.
4.9 Crawford House reserves the right to charge students for breaches of the Licence to Occupy proportional to costs incurred by Crawford House. A reasonable charge shall be made for some breaches of the Licence to Occupy.
4.10 Crawford House either makes no additional charge for the Licensee’s use of water, electricity or gas (Utilities) or it charges for units consumed above a certain allowance. Should Crawford House’s costs per unit in supplying the Utilities increase after the commencement of the Residential Year, it reserves the right to charge the Licensee an amount which is equal to such increased costs.

5. Termination

5.1 This Licence to Occupy may be terminated in writing by the management of Crawford House sent to the Licensees current address, in the event of:
5.1.1 serious breach by the Licensee of these Terms and Conditions of Accommodation
5.1.2 the Licensee having failed to pay when due all or any part of the Licence Fee to the Crawford House
5.1.3 the Licensee being expelled or suspended from Crawford House for whatever reason whatsoever
5.1.4 the Licensee withdrawing from a full-time course of study with a university or college.
5.1.5 the behaviour of the Licensee constituting a serious risk to the health and safety or welfare of the Licensee or others, or to the Licensor’s or others’ property
5.1.6 the Licensee no longer being an enrolled student at the college or university
Note (1): A Licensee will not be permitted to continue to occupy a Room at the beginning of a new term if any part of the Licence Fee which is due for payment is still outstanding
Note (2): By exercising its right to terminate this Licence to Occupy for non-payment of some or all of the Licence Fee. Crawford House is not prevented from exercising any other right or remedy available to it. For example, Crawford House may seek to recover from the Licensee any outstanding payments in addition to terminating the Licence to Occupy
Note (3) Nothing in clause 5.1 shall prejudice the requirement on the part of the Crawford House to obtain a court order in order to evict the Licensee
5.1.7 the Licensee carrying out any criminal or otherwise illegal activity from the student accommodation
5.1.8 the Licensee using the premises for anything other than a private study bedroom
5.2 Upon termination, the Licensee will vacate the Room, remove all personal belongings from the Room and Common Areas and return all keys by 09.00am or the last day of the Licence, leaving the room in a clean and tidy condition.
Failure to remove all belongings will entitle Crawford House to:

5.2.1 Remove belongings from the Room and/or the Common Areas and place them in storage. Crawford House will give to the Licensee 14 days notice to retrieve the belongings (by sending written notice to the student’s last known address) and if unclaimed after such period Crawford House reserves the right to sell or otherwise dispose of them.
The Licensee shall be responsible for all the reasonable costs which Crawford House may incur. Crawford House shall be entitled to deduct any costs from any monies lawfully due to the Licensee.
5.2.2 Charge the Licensee £20 for each extra day in residence and a reasonable and appropriate charge (minimum £25) for each key and fob to the Room which is not returned to Student Accommodation

6. Vacation Periods
6.1 If a Licensee wishes to use a Room during the summer vacation at the end of the Residential Year, he or she must apply to Crawford House management in accordance with procedures which the Crawford House will notify to the Licensee during the Spring Term. Crawford House may at its discretion allocate Rooms, subject to availability, on a first-come-first-served basis. The Licensee will otherwise comply with these Conditions of Residence in the same way as during the Residential Year. There is no obligation on Crawford House to provide such accommodation.
Note: Crawford House will not permit any student to occupy a Room over the summer holidays if any part of the Licence Fee from the previous Residential Year is still outstanding.
Crawford House reserves the right to reject the application by a student to occupy a room over the summer.

7. Conduct
The Licensee will not do anything which may prejudice good estate management and the
smooth running and efficiency of the Crawford House and will:

7.1 abide by the Crawford House’s General Regulations and by this Licence to Occupy
7.2 comply with all Crawford House health and safety and fire safety guidance and
regulations and:
7.2.1 shall not bring into or use within the Student Accommodation any
unlawful drugs or other such substances including any controlled
drugs listed in the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 or use or bring in any
pipes designed to use these unlawful drugs or substances
7.2.2 shall not bring into the Student Accommodation anything which in the
Crawford House’s opinion is or may become dangerous, offensive,
combustible, corrosive, inflammable, radioactive or explosive
including, but not limited to, firearms, air rifles, bb guns, pistols,
cross-bows, or any other weapons, gas cylinders, oil burners and laser
pens and may not use lighted candles, joss sticks, hookah pipes or e-cigarettes. 7.2.3 shall not interfere with any fire alarm, smoke detector, fire extinguisher, fire exit or any other fire equipment in the Student Accommodation.
7.2.4 shall follow the Crawford House guidelines for the prompt evacuation of
any area of the Student Accommodation in the event of a fire alarm
7.2.5 shall not smoke including e-cigarettes in the Student Accommodation including the Common Areas or the Room
7.2.6 shall not interfere with any electrical installation in the Student
Accommodation and shall not use any form of radiant fires and
Convectors, fan heaters or electrical adapters
7.2.7 shall not use barbecues or play ball games within the Student
Accommodation or anywhere within the grounds of the Crawford House
7.2.8 shall not otherwise do anything that will put the health and safety of the other residents or staff at risk
7.2.9 shall not remove items of furniture or fittings from the Room or
7.2.10 shall not add extra items of furniture or fittings in the Room or common areas without permission from the Accommodation Staff (such permission will not be unreasonably withheld) and that the Licensee’s personal belongings comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 which is all furniture ordinarily intended for private use in a dwelling and as identified by a fire safety label
7.2.11 shall not erect any external television or radio aerials or satellite
dishes.
7.2.12 Shall not under any circumstances whatsoever take or allow to be taken in to the Room or common parts any bicycles, skateboards or motor cycles or parts for them
7.2.13 Shall not use any cooking equipment OR white goods (e.g. Fridge etc.) in the Room.
7.2.14 Shall at all times strictly adhere to the Crawford House’s IT Code where IT facilities are available within the Student Accommodation
7.3 Crawford House may in its absolute discretion enter the Room and confiscate any article which in its reasonable opinion presents a risk to the health and safety of other residents and /or staff of the Crawford House and should not be within the Room.
The article will then either be handed over to the police or retained by the Crawford House, at the Licensee’s expense, until collected by the Licensee and removed from Crawford House. If at the end of the Residential Year the article has still not been collected by the Licensee, Crawford House will give the Licensee 14 days notice to retrieve the article and if unclaimed after such period Crawford House reserves the right to sell or otherwise dispose of it. Crawford House shall
be entitled to deduct the reasonable disposal costs incurred by deducting such costs from any monies lawfully due to the Licensee.
7.4 In the interests of the well-being of fellow residents, the Licensee shall not engage in
anti-social behaviour within the Student Accommodation. In particular the Licensee shall:
7.4.1 not impede Crawford House staff in the performance of their duties and comply with reasonable instructions issued by Accommodation Staff and any other staff or persons acting on behalf of Crawford House.
Such instructions may include, but are not limited to, providing Crawford House identification when reasonably requested to do so in accordance with Crawford House requirements
7.4.2 behave in a considerate manner towards staff and fellow residents and in particular
7.4.2.1 ensure that there is no loud noise that causes a disturbance at any time this includes misuse of the lift which will result in the decommissioning of the lift.
7.4.2.2 shall not permit parties to be held in the Student Accommodation
7.4.2.3 not to consume excessive alcohol at any times either in the rooms or common parts, and comply with alcohol exclusion zones
7.4.3 not throw any object however small, including litter, out of any window
7.4.4 not cause damage annoyance or nuisance to other residents or staff in the Student Accommodation, or to occupants of neighbouring properties
7.4.5 save for any guide dog not keep pets in the Rooms or elsewhere in the Student Accommodation or grounds
7.4.6 not affix notices, pictures, or posters or anything else to the walls/windows and doors of the Room with cellotape, adhesives or drawing pins or in any other way which may be seen from outside the building or may cause damage to the wallpaper, plaster work,
woodwork or furniture – other than on pin boards provided.
7.4.7 not affix notices, posters or pictures in any part of the Common Areas of the Student Accommodation other than on the pin boards provided
7.4.8 not play any ball games in, or on any landscaped areas opposite the Student Accommodation
7.4.9 not make the Common Areas dirty and untidy and, in particular, ensure that flyers or other promotional literature distributed by the Licensee are placed in designated areas and that kitchen equipment including cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery is washed and put
away promptly after use. Spillage in fridges and cookers must be cleaned up immediately.
7.4.10 prohibited items include chip pans/deep fat fryers/toasters/rice cookers/hotplates/microwaves/kettle/fridges (other than those provided by the Crawford House) anywhere in the Student Accommodation, including the kitchens.
7.4.11 refrain from any behaviour which may be perceived as harassment or intimidation or annoyance to other residents on any basis and in particular on grounds of gender, nationality, race, religion or sexuality

Crawford House’s General Regulations can be obtained from the management.
7.4.12 not behave in such a manner as to bring Crawford House into disrepute
7.4.13 not display on any windows, or in any other prominent place within the Student Accommodation posters, advertisements, images, flags or text which in the reasonable opinion of Crawford House could be construed as offensive to other students, members of staff or members of the general public
7.4.14 not to interfere with the heating controls and time switches (where
relevant) in the Room or the Student Accommodation
7.5 Where ICT facilities are provided in the building and the use of such facilities is inclusive in the Licence Fee the use of those facilities is subject to the Internet Service Provider’s terms and conditions of use

7.6 Where Crawford House’s IT Services are required to restore computer connections in
the Building, which have been discontinued as a result of a failure of the Licensee to follow the instructions relating to the use of the service, Crawford House may recover its reasonable costs in doing so from the Licensee.
8. Responsibilities of the Licensee
8.1 During his or her occupation under this Licence to Occupy and the Common Areas
the Licensee is responsible for:
8.1.1 the tidiness and cleanliness of the Room and the Common Areas.
Breach of this condition may incur a charge at the discretion of Crawford House management.
8.1.2 damage to Crawford House property, in the Room, and in the Common
Areas jointly with other residents sharing them
8.1.3 the behaviour of visitors who are in the Student Accommodation at
his or her invitation and subject to clause 3.4.2 or 3.3.2 such visitors
must leave by 11.00 pm
8.1.4 notifying Crawford House management / third party representative of any disrepair or of any maintenance/repair needs as soon as they arise
8.1.5 losses, claims, demands, actions, proceedings, damages, costs or
expenses or other liability arising in any way whatsoever from a
breach of the Licensee’s obligations in this Licence to Occupy
8.1.6 the insurance of all personal possessions and property not covered by an insurance
policy and that Crawford House accepts no responsibility for such items except for any loss or damage due to the negligence of Crawford House
8.1.7 ensuring that all correspondence is no longer sent to the Room or to the Student Accommodation after they have vacated the Student Accommodation
8.2 On arrival the Licensee shall check the Crawford House’s property against the inventory
for the Room and Common Areas for damage and cleanliness. Any discrepancy should be recorded on the inventory for the Room and handed to the nominated officer ,not more than 2 working days after moving in.

8.2.1 The Internet Service Provider’s terms and conditions are available from Crawford House and will be issued when the Licensee collects the key to the Room. A copy of the form should be retained by the Licensee. Appeals against damage charges will not be considered if a completed inventory has not been submitted.
8.3 On departure:
8.3.1 the Licensee shall check the Crawford House’s property against the inventory for the Room and shall check the Room and the Common Areas for damage and cleanliness
8.3.2 Crawford House staff will inspect the Room and the Common Areas as soon as possible at the end of the Residential Year or earlier termination of this Licence to Occupy. The Licensee is advised and encouraged to participate in the inspection. If in the Crawford House management’s reasonable opinion the inventory for the Room does not match the state and condition of the Room or the Common Areas Crawford House may recover from the Licensee the amount necessary to make good any damage or loss. Any dispute over such amounts must be notified to Crawford House management within 10 days of receipt by the Licensee of
notification of the amount of damage or loss payable by him or her. Any appeal against damage charges will not be considered if a completed inventory has not been submitted.
8.3.3 Failure to comply with the checking out procedure may result in the Licensee being invoiced for the reasonable cost to make good any loss or damage to the Room and the Common Areas discovered by Crawford House on inspection under clause 8.3.2 excepting fair wear and tear. The Crawford House will also recover from the Licensee any further amount due in respect of damage to or loss of Crawford House property and/or other payments outstanding under this Licence to Occupy (including but not limited to any outstanding amounts in respect of the Licence Fee)
8.3.4 Crawford House will not collect and forward mail to the Licensee either during or after the end of the Licence to Occupy and will not allow former students access to the Student Accommodation in order to collect mail .

9. Personal Property
9.1 Except in cases of the Crawford House’s negligence, Crawford House will not be liable for the loss of, or damage to, personal property in the Student Accommodation
9.2 Save when any death, personal injury, damage or loss results from the negligence of the Crawford House, its employees or the persons duly authorised to act on its behalf, Crawford House is not liable for such death, personal injury, damage or loss or for any claims, demands, actions, proceedings, damages, costs or expenses or other liability as a result of the Licensee’s occupation of the Student Accommodation
10. Emergency Evacuation
10.1 Crawford House reserves the right to evacuate the Student Accommodation in the event of an emergency situation. In the event that evacuation becomes necessary Crawford House endeavours to relocate Licensees to suitable alternative accommodation as far as it is reasonably practicable to do so. However, the following conditions shall apply;
(a) Suitable alternative accommodation will be allocated at the discretion of the Crawford House and any special circumstances will be given priority.
(b) The conditions of the alternative accommodation may vary significantly from the Student Accommodation under the Licence e.g. smaller rooms, shared rooms, shared bathrooms, location, etc
(c) Licensees are required at all times to adhere to and abide by the rules and regulations pertaining to the alternative accommodation to which they are assigned as well as Crawford House Student Accommodation regulations.
(d) The terms of this Licence shall at all times apply to alternative accommodation so far as reasonably practicable and to the extent that it is compatible with the regulations of the alternative accommodation.
11. Data Protection
11.1 Your personal data will be processed for the purpose of administering the Crawford House’s Accommodation service and always in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Any personal data held about you (including names, addresses, telephone numbers etc) will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and will not be disclosed to third parties-except as required by law for crime prevention or crime detection purposes, student accommodation providers e.g. debt collection agencies acting on behalf of the Crawford House, in the event that you owe money to Crawford House which is not repaid within the appropriate time frame.
12. Third Party Rights
12.1 This Licence sets out rights and obligations which are personal to the Crawford House
and the Student and are not intended to confer rights or benefits upon any third party (including parents, guardians and sponsors) under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.
13. Complaints
13.1 The complaints procedure in relation to Crawford House student accommodation services can be obtained from the management.
14. Licensee, Guarantor, Witness details

 

Licensee

Arrival Date___________________________________Leaving Date__________________                                 

Signed by Licensee____________________________Print Name____________________

Date:_________________

 

Guarantor

Signed by Guarantor___________________________Print Name________________________

Date:_________________

Address:_______________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

Email_________________________________________

Phone no. – Land line____________________________Mobile__________________________

Date of Birth:_________________

 

Witness (NON FAMILY MEMBER age over 18)

Signed by Witness_________________________________Print name____________________            

Date___________________

 

Witness Address________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________

 

Crawford House

Signed for on behalf of Crawford House____________________________________________

Print Name______________________________________Date__________________________