SITU In-house Guidelines


SITU house rules and regulations are including but not limited to the below listed criteria. They apply to all SITU partner properties and communities and any violation could result in termination of your rental agreement. SITU partners will have additional property specific policies where applicable. These rules and regulations can be changed, added or amended to as appropriate and is a supplemental agreement to your rental agreement.

SUPPLIER TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Please adhere to the booked accommodations site rules. This includes their policy on smoking, vaping, illegal narcotics, food and drink brought in from outside and socially acceptable behaviour in public places. This will vary between hotels, serviced apartments and rentals but must be read in advance of taking residence.

CLEANLINESS: Accommodation must be kept to a high hygienic standard. Reckless and disrespectful use of properties and the facilities inside will not be accepted and you may incur charges.

COVID19: During the Covid-19 pandemic, government guidelines and social distancing must be adhered to. Any customer found to be ignoring the rules will be asked to leave the accommodation immediately to avoid risking the well-being and lives of others.

SECURITY: To protect the security of the apartment, residents are requested to restrict entry to persons unknown to them. This includes in the building or on community grounds.

EXTRA GUESTS: Bringing large numbers of extra guests into accommodation is not allowed.

CHECK OUT DATE: You may be held financially responsible if you do not check out of the accommodation on the agreed check out date. You will receive these dates in advance.

OBSTRUCTIONS AND EMERGENCY EXITS: Where applicable no obstruction (e.g. bicycles, prams, refuse, and baggage) of any kind should be placed in the common areas, i.e. stairways, hallways or in front of any emergency exit. Bicycles must be placed in the bicycle racks provided or in the apartment. Landlord reserves the right to remove any such offending items without notice.

NOISE: All stereo, radio and TV appliances should be kept at a volume, which will not interfere with your neighbour’s quiet enjoyment of their homes. This includes the playing of musical instruments, loudspeakers, mechanical noise, singing and other noise that might cause annoyance to the owners and occupiers of the development. Particular care should be exercised at night time.



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