From
Mariel's Garden 1881 Amuyong-Kaytitinga Road, Barangay Kaytitinga I
Alfonso
PH
To
Anna
8516 Everlasting
MGV
Paranaque, NCR 1700
PH
Phone: 09176808777
Date
October 25, 2022
Invoice Number
1090
Invoice Due
October 29, 2022
Invoice Total
₱34,000.00
Balance
₱34,000.00
  1. Item
    Rate
    Qty
    %
    Amount

    DAY TRIP

    Main House
    Date :
    Time : (10 hrs)
    Good for 20pax
    P800 / extra pax
    P2,000 / extra hour

    ₱27,000
    1
    0%
    ₱27,000
  2. AFTER PARTY

    Time :

    No. of Hours :

    ₱2,000
    1
    ₱2,000
  3. COTTAGE A

    Forget Me Not Room

    Date :

    Time : (22hrs)

    Good for 2pax

    (maximum capacity – 5pax)

    ₱5,000
    1
    ₱5,000
Subtotal ₱34,000.00
Total ₱34,000.00

VENUE RENTAL AGREEMENT

This Venue Rental Agreement (hereinafter referred to as Agreement) defines the terms and conditions under which Mariel’s Garden Events Place Rental, (hereinafter referred to as Mariel’s Garden), and Anna (hereafter referred to as the Client) agree to the Customer’s use of the Mariel’s Garden facilities. This contract constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and becomes binding upon the signature of both parties. The contract may not be amended or changed unless executed in writing and signed by Mariel’s Garden and the Client.

2. Terms of Payment. The payment terms for renting the Venue are as follows:
* 50% downpayment to confirm booking
* 50% balance to be paid 7 (seven) calendar days before date of stay (for accommodation bookings) or 14 (fourteen) calendar days before the event (for event bookings)
3. Security Deposit. Client shall make a security deposit to cover any incidental charges including but not limited to cleaning, repair costs for damages incurred either accidentally or intentionally, or penalties for overtime use of the venue.
The security deposit shall be paid in cash upon check-in and the unused amount shall be refunded to the Client within 14 days after the event.

P5,000 – for accommodation booking
P10,000 – for event booking with free accommodation
Pet Security Deposit
Additional P2,000 per pet
4. Mode of Payment. All payment shall be made as follows
BDO Unibank, Inc.
Account Name : Mariel’s Events Place Rental
Savings Account Number : 0047-5025-2320
5. Failure to pay. A failure to make payment according to the terms of payment will be considered a cancellation of the event and the provisions for cancellation will apply.

III. UNDERTAKING BY OPERATOR
Management undertakes the following:
For Both Accommodation and Event Bookings
• covered pavilion (16m x 20m)
• garden with gazebo (500 sq.mts.)
• gazebo (9 sq.mts.)
• adult and kiddie pool
• pool deck (16m x 4m)
• covered holding area (24 sq.mts.)
• outdoor shower rooms and restrooms
• children’s playground equipment
• parking area (40 to 50 cars)
• standby generator
• outdoor and indoor wifi
For Accommodation Bookings
• use of TV, gas range, ref, microwave (except microwavable containers), toaster, coffee maker, rice cooker, water dispenser, kitchen utensils, dinnerwares, cookwares, griller
• drinking water
• towels and toiletries (bath/hand/dishwashing soap, shampoo, tissue paper)
• outdoor kitchen / grill area
For Event Bookings
• 22hr accommodation at the Main House for 10pax
• caterer’s kitchen / preparation area

IV. GUESTS AND SUPPLIERS
Client shall provide all information relating to the set-up for the event and checked-in guests including:
1. Venue Layout/Floor Plan. Client shall provide Management with a copy of the floor plan at least 2 days before the event.
2. Suppliers list. Client shall provide Management with a list of Suppliers that will be entering the venue. Suppliers will be required to register at least 2 days before to be allowed entry.
3. Checked-in guest list. Client shall provide Operator with a list of all checked-in guests at least 3 days before check-in date.
4. Room Assignment. Client shall provide Management with a copy of the room assignment to confirm the number of guests per room and to ensure that enough beds will be prepared for all checked-in guests.
V. GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF THE PROPERTY
1. Purpose. Client shall not use the Venue for any purpose other than the event described in the preceding section.
2. Maximum Capacity. Venue can accommodate a maximum of ________ persons, inclusive of Guests/Participants and Suppliers, such as caterers, event planners, photographers, etc. For purposes of this Agreement, “Guests/Participants” shall refer to persons who are attending the Event and “Suppliers” shall mean persons or businesses who will be providing goods and/or services for the Event.
3. Ingres and Egress. Ingress shall only be allowed within six (6) hours before the scheduled event. Suppliers shall give prior notice to the management of any adjustment in the ingress time subject to the availability of the venue. Egress shall be done within three (3) hours after the event. A fine of P500 pesos will be charged for every hour of delay in egress.
4. Decoration. Use of nails, screws, staples, and other penetrating items on the walls, ceiling, floor, or trees of the Venue is prohibited. Only low tack tape may be used and the same must be properly removed during the period provided for clean-up.
5. Parking. Suppliers must park their vehicles only at designated locations assigned by the venue staff. The parking area near the Pavilion is reserved for guests and can be used by suppliers for loading and unloading purposes only.
6. Pets. Pets may be allowed in the venue subject to the following terms and conditions:
a. Pets are not allowed inside the Main House and Cottage Rooms. Pets may stay on the covered porch, in a cage or leashed.
b. Client shall sign a pet waiver form and pay an additional P2,000/pet security deposit.
c. Guests are responsible for their pet’s toilet manners and behavior during their stay. Any property damage or personal injury caused by their pets may result in forfeiture of security deposit or even legal liability.
7. Prohibited goods and materials. The following are prohibited in the venue:
a. Illegal goods, materials, substances, and drugs
b. Firearms, ammunitions, explosives, etc.
c. Fireworks, flying lanterns, and other fire hazards
8. Electricity.
9. Garbage and Equipment Removal. Venue will be in a clean condition prior to the event. Suppliers must bring their trash bags to collect and dispose of their garbage. Leaving food wastes, confetti, decorations, flowers, and other consumables in the venue is strictly prohibited.
10. Smoking. The following are the rules for smoking in the venue:
a. No smoking indoors. There are designated smoking areas in the venue.
b. Never throw hot cigarette butts or ashes in the trash.
11. Conduct. Any disparaging remarks or any type of violent physical behavior will not be tolerated in the Venue and Management reserves the right to immediately remove any person engaging in said behavior. Client, Guests/Participants, and Suppliers shall use the Venue in a considerate manner at all times. Disorderly conduct by Client, Guests/Participants, and any Supplier that Management or its employees and/or personnel determine to be an actual or potential threat or danger to the Venue or any person found therein shall be grounds for the immediate termination of the rental period. In such cases, refunds will not be available.
12. Laws. Client shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations and shall not conduct nor condone any illegal act on the premises, without exception.
13. Other Guidelines. Additional guidelines for the use of the Venue are as follows:
a. Bringing out any furniture, appliances, tools, or equipment within the property without permission from the venue staff in charge is prohibited. Management has the right to charge the supplier for any property damage.
b. Using Venue’s maintenance equipment such as power tools, extension cords, ladders, scaffolding, etc. without prior approval from Venue staff is not allowed. Management may however charge a rental fee for every approved use of said pieces of equipment.
c. Climbing trees, roof structures, posts, or balcony railings is not allowed. Management will not be liable for any untoward accident.
d. Leaving equipment and personal property beyond the allowed time is prohibited. Management will not be liable for damage or loss of said property left behind.
e. Staying within the venue premises beyond the allowed time is strictly prohibited.
f. Picking flowers, fruits, vegetables, or any plant within the venue is not allowed. Management has the right to charge for damages to plants, landscaping, or vegetation.
g. Use of high-consuming electrical appliances without prior approval by Management is prohibited.
h. Suppliers are not allowed to enter rooms, houses, or cottages without the consent of the checked-in guests.
i. Loitering around the staff area, staff house, and warehouse.
j. Repairing, servicing, or maintaining vehicles within the venue is not allowed. Suppliers are directed to tow their vehicles if the said vehicles will not rev or function. Management will not allow drivers of vehicles to stay overnight unless they belong to checked-in guests.
k. Suppliers are not allowed to employ any Venue staff or personnel for ingress, egress, or setup activities.
l. No loud singing and loud music after 10pm.
m. Lights, electric fans, aircon, gas tank, and other appliances must be turned off after use.
n. Kitchen appliances and utensils inside the Main House are for the exclusive use of the checked-in guests.
o. CLAYGO- Clean As You Go. Dishes and cooking pans should be cleaned before check-out.
p. Kids should be accompanied by adults at all times. Management will not take responsibility for their safety.
VI. CLEANING AND REPAIR COSTS
The Security Deposit will be used for any actual or estimated repair or cleaning costs to restore the Venue, equipment, or other property to the same condition prior to Client’s use and if the same is not sufficient to cover said costs, Client shall be charged for the difference.

VII. SECURITY
Management will provide personnel for the purpose of safeguarding the venue and enforcing the guidelines for the use of the Venue under this Agreement. Management will not be liable for any losses, injury, or damages that Client, Guests/Participants, and Suppliers may incur.

VIII. LOST AND FOUND
Management takes no responsibility for any personal effects, equipment, property, and possessions of Client, their Guests/Participants, Suppliers, and other persons in the Venue during or after the Event. However, Management will keep a lost and found for items that are found after the Event and will hold the same for up to 15 days. After said period, Management may dispose of the said items as it may deem fit.

IX. CANCELLATIONS AND REBOOKINGS
1. Cancellation. All payments made (whether full payment or partial) are strictly non-refundable; however, the full amount is transferrable to a new client/booking subject to the following terms and conditions:
a. Management shall be notified by the Client, in writing, of a booking cancellation. The said booking and contract shall then be nullified.
b. The new client must secure a new booking date (subject to availability) and booking contract with Management.
c. The new booking shall be subject to Venue’s current rates and offerings. It shall not acquire any discounts, promos, or offerings associated with the previous/cancelled booking, nor have exclusive rights to the dates stated on the previous/cancelled contract.
2. Rebooking. Any requests for rebooking of the Event will be accommodated by the Management provided that the Venue is available for the new date. Client may rebook to a later or earlier date subject to the following terms and conditions:
a. That the desired new date is available at the time of the rebooking request.
b. A rebooking fee of P3,000 per night shall be paid before the new booking can be completed.
c. Current rates shall apply for every rebooking made. All discounts, promos, or offerings associated with the previous booking shall no longer be valid.
XI. CONFIDENTIALITY
For purposes of this provision, “Disclosing Party” shall refer to a Party that is disclosing and confidential and/or proprietary information and “Receiving Party” shall refer to a Party receiving any such confidential and/or proprietary information.
Receiving Party hereby acknowledges and agrees it they may receive confidential and/or propriety information relating to the Disclosing Party’s business. Such information may include, but will not be limited to the attendees, client lists, client notes, specifications, finances, transactions, and other information that may be discussed and/or disclosed during the Event. The confidential information is significantly important to the Disclosing Party’s business. Receiving Party understands and agrees that any unintended disclosure of any of the confidential information would be significantly detrimental to the Disclosing Party. As such, Receiving Party agrees that it shall:
1. Not disclose the confidential information by any means not authorized by the other Disclosing Party to any third parties;
2. Not copy or duplicate the confidential information unless specifically directed to do so by the Disclosing Party;
3. Not use the confidential information for any purpose except those expressly authorized by the Disclosing Party;
4. Inform Disclosing Party immediately if Receiving Party becomes aware of any unauthorized use or disclosure of the confidential and/or proprietary information.
This clause shall survive the termination of this Agreement for five (5) years.

XII. BREACH BY THE CLIENT
A failure or violation of Client to perform any of his/her obligations under this Agreement gives rise to the right of the Management to cancel or terminate this Agreement by giving a written notice of its intention to cancel or terminate this Agreement at least 15 days prior to the date of the said cancellation or termination, except if the same is due to disorderly conduct as discussed in an earlier provision, in which case, no written notice from the Management shall be necessary. Any payments made shall be forfeited in favor of Management.

XIII. FORCE MAJEURE
Neither Party shall be liable for any failure to perform due to causes beyond its reasonable control including but not limited to acts of God, acts of civil authorities, acts of military authorities, riots, embargoes, acts of nature and natural disasters, and other acts which may be due to unforeseen circumstances, provided that the Party prevented from complying herewith shall take all actions within its power to comply as fully as possible.
Except when not reasonably possible, the Party prevented by force majeure shall notify the other Party in writing within 5 days from the occurrence of said force majeure. Management shall reschedule the Event at a date and time agreed upon by both Parties.

XIV. ASSIGNMENT
This Agreement, or the rights granted hereunder, may not be assigned, sold, leased, or otherwise transferred in whole or in party by either Party.

XV. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AND ADDITIONAL ACTS
The Parties agree to execute such other documents as are reasonable and necessary for the proper implementation of this Agreement.

XVI. APPLICABLE LAW
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Republic of the Philippines.

XVII. CUMULATIVE RIGHTS
The rights of the Parties under this Agreement and the law are cumulative and shall not be construed as exclusive unless otherwise required by law.

XVIII. VENUE OF ACTION
All actions arising out of or by virtue of this Agreement shall only be filed in the proper courts of Alfonso, Cavite, to the exclusion of all other courts.

XIX. ENTIRETY OF AGREEMENT
This Agreement represents the entire agreement between the Management and the Client and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, agreements, either oral or written.

XX. AMENDMENTS AND MODIFICATIONS
This Agreement may be amended only by a written instrument signed and agreed upon by both Parties.

I have read and understand the policies concerning events held at Mariel’s Garden. I agree to uphold them and
ensure that suppliers and members of the event party, will abide by the policies. I understand it is my
responsibility to inform the coordinator, florist, photographers, etc., that they must also conform to this set of
guidelines.

Status Update
October 25, 2022 @ 5:52 pm

Status changed: Pending to Draft.

Updated
October 26, 2022 @ 2:49 am

Invoice updated by marielsgarden.

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