Sixth City Studio Policies are agreed to upon payment.
The paying client assumes liability for all of their guests.
All rental fees must be paid in full at booking.
Reschedules & Cancellations.
A confirmed booking that is canceled more than 48 hours prior to the booking date and time will incur no charges. The full payment may be transferred to a new rental date/time based on availability, you can reschedule through your confirmation email. To reschedule within 48 hours of booking you must email Sixth City Studio and payment will be transferred to a new date/time based on availability. Cancelled rentals and no shows will not be refunded. The Company is not liable for acts out of its control that affect the shoot, such as building equipment failures, power outages, weather, or other emergencies.
Length of Use.
Rental periods are pre-arranged at the time of booking. Renter’s rental time begins promptly at the scheduled starting time and ends promptly at the scheduled ending time. Rental time includes set up and tear down so please consider that while booking. The studio must be vacated by the end of the rental period. This ensures that all renters will receive their full value of their rental without interruption from the next rental. No prior drop-off and/or pick-up after completion of the shoot, of equipment, props, etc unless negotiated at time of rental booking. Please be sure to email and notify your clients of this rule so they know when they can enter the space. Any renter that goes over the original end time of their booking will be charged an additional hour.
Cleaning and Trash.
Renter agrees to leave premises and all contents in the same condition as they were when the renter arrived. Renter will return furniture, props, rolling walls, and seamless paper backdrops to their original locations. The Company will dispose of trash collected in the supplied trash cans in the hallway/kitchenette/bathroom area. Excessive messes will result in additional charges.
Waiver of Liability.
Use of the Company’s premises and equipment is at renter’s risk. Renter hereby agrees that the Company will not be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, or consequential damage, injury, or loss to the renter, his party, or possessions while on the premises. All persons and activity on the company’s premises may be video recorded for security usage. Video recording is located at all exit doors.
We at Sixth City Studio maintain a clean and professional environment. Renter shall be solely responsible for the conduct and welfare of all persons accompanying the renter while on the company’s premises. Renter agrees that a company representative will be present at all times. If the representative observes or otherwise becomes aware of dangerous, pornographic, illegal, or negligent practices or activities, the representative reserves the right to stop the shoot and may require the renter and renter’s party to leave immediately. In such case, no refund will be given for unused time.
The Company agrees to provide equipment in good working order but makes no special guarantees as to the suitability to the renter’s purposes. Renter shall notify the Company immediately of any malfunction, damage, or other issues with the equipment.
Renter shall be solely responsible for any damage to the Company’s property or equipment that occurs during the time the renter or his party occupies the premises. In the event of damage to the premises or equipment, the renter agrees to pay repair costs within 7 days.
If the parties are unable to resolve any controversy or claim arising under this Agreement, they agree to submit the dispute or claim to binding arbitration subject to the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association. This arbitration will take place in Cleveland, Ohio. The parties further agree that any such controversy or claim shall be submitted to one arbitrator selected from the panels of arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association. Each party shall be responsible for its share of the arbitration fees in accordance with the applicable Rules of Arbitration. In the event a party fails to proceed with arbitration, unsuccessfully challenges the arbitrator's award, or fails to comply with the arbitrator's award, the other party is entitled to costs of suit, including a reasonable attorney's fee for having to compel arbitration or defend or enforce the award. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may refuse to arbitrate when the dispute is for a sum less than $200.
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