Tour Guide Agreement


16. Legal Claims For any dispute between MeetinRome and you regarding the Site, this Agreement, transactions facilitated or performed through the Site, travel visits and services ordered or purchased on the Website, business between you and MeetinRome or related matters (“Disputes”), the parties will attempt to find the least painful solution to the dispute. Where a dispute cannot be settled by the parties, the dispute must be settled before a competent court. Perhaps you would also like to prohibit the guide from promoting your clients for future visits without using your agency. You may wish the guide would accept that he or she has not done tours in competition with yours for a number of years. 8. Refund agencies may request a refund of the amount paid for a tour or tourist service. In the event of a refund, only the amount that MeetinRome actually received (if any) is paid, less our booking fee. The salary should cover at least all the hours that act as a guide, but whether it should cover overtime, such as travel or meal time, depends on the laws of where the tour takes place. This agreement defines the general conditions of sale between MeetinRome Sas and users who have created a tour guide profile. This agreement expressly limits our liability.

From the Guide`s perspective, the key is to determine if, how and when the guide is paid or if his travel expenses are reimbursed. An important question is whether the guide will receive compensation if the tour is cancelled just before the departure date. You also acknowledge and agree that you are solely responsible for the provision of equipment necessary for a particular tour or travel service, provided by you in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, and that, before commening such tour or travel service, you must ensure that such equipment is in good condition and complies with all applicable safety standards. Since it is not economical to seek, understand and respect the labor laws of every state and country, you probably have little to lose if you make the Führer a contractor. . . .