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Thank you for your answer. The only thing is, is that if/when we have to sell the holiday property, it could be sold to someone who wants to actually live in the property, therefore, they could not take on our bookings. Does this make any difference to your advice, please? Thank you Pat
Thank you, ***** ***** sorry but could you explain in more detail the sentence about "In that circumstance you will only have to rely on your limit of liability clause if you are sued (which is entirely the customers prerogative)" Do you mean that I do not need the additional wording "...indirect and consequential loss etc". Do you also mean that I could be sued by a guest for cancelling their holiday? We would be able to give about 3 months notice if we do sell. Many thanks
Thank you very much for all of your help and the information you have given to me - it is much appreciated. I will certainly be giving you excellent feedback.