I signed a short term rental lease for a vacation property. The duration was one week for $6000. The wednesday before the onset of the lease i sent an email canceling. At that point I had given a $1000 check for security deposit. After re reading the lease, i had overlooked the fact that not only was there not a countersignature from the rental agent but not even a signature line for him to countersign it. (meaning it is probably SOP for not countersigning). Is this enough of a loophole to get out of the lease as he could have been doublebooking the property due to the non binding status of the non countersigned short term lease.....thx!
Answered on: 6/15/11, 3:10 pm by Glenn Brown
Was there a cancellation policy or procedure?
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