These General Terms of Service along with the Code of Conduct (collectively the “Terms”) form a binding legal agreement between you, along with your spouse and children (“The Client”) and Boundless Hospitality Corp. (“Boundless Life”, “Boundless”) and its subsidiaries that govern your use of the websites, applications, accommodations, Coworking Hubs, Education Centres, and all other offerings from Boundless Life. These terms supersede all previous Terms. At Boundless Life’s sole discretion, Boundless Life may at any time amend, modify or supplement these Terms. Your participation in Boundless Life will be governed by these Terms and it is your responsibility to read and understand all of them and you acknowledge to have done so.

By purchasing any of our Products & Services, you are: (a) certifying that you are an adult with full authority to enter into this agreement and accept and agree to respect these Terms; (b) certifying that you have read, understand and accept these Terms as well also accept our Privacy Statement (; and, (c) agreeing that these Terms constitute a binding agreement governing your rights as a Client and the relationship between you and Boundless Life.


i. Check-in: Check-in is at 11am as of the first day of the cohort. We do our best to make your booked Boundless Home available as early as possible but cannot guarantee a check-in time prior to 3pm (specific to the applicable location time-zone) on the date of your arrival. Please share the date and time you are arriving with the Boundless Life Crew for us to best plan for your arrival. 

ii. Check-out: Check-out is up to 2pm on the last of the cohort. Should you require a later check out time please contact the local Boundless Life Crew to see what is possible. 

iii. Early Check-in & Late Check-out: Generally speaking cohort specific arrival and departure days will apply. Should you wish to arrive ahead of the official check in period or check in time or wish to stay on longer or beyond the check out time on the day of check out, get in contact via so we can review your request. Additional fees apply.

At all times,‍ the Client is responsible for the Client’s own acts and omissions, including the Client’s spouse and children, and the Client is also responsible for the acts and omissions of anyone the Client invites to join or provide access to in any Boundless Home or any other service provided by Boundless Life. For example, this means the Client: (i) is responsible for leaving the Boundless Home (and related personal property) in the condition it was in when the Client arrived, and (ii) act with integrity, treat others with respect and comply with all applicable laws & regulations at all times. By completing a booking, the Client confirms that the Client, as well as spouse and children, are legally able to travel to the Boundless Home location and stay for the full booking period. 

The Client acknowledges and agrees that they are solely responsible for obtaining and ensuring the validity of any required visas, passports, work permits, or any other government documents necessary for their stay. The Client understands that failure to obtain the necessary government documents may result in travel delays, denial of entry into certain countries, or other adverse consequences.

Boundless Life shall not be held responsible for any consequences arising from the Client's failure to obtain the required government documents. Any costs, fines, or expenses incurred due to inadequate or missing documentation shall be the sole responsibility of the Client.

The Client agrees to keep abreast of and comply with the entry requirements of the destination country or countries and shall promptly inform Boundless Life of any changes in their travel plans or circumstances that may affect their ability to obtain the necessary government documents.

‍1.3. DAMAGE
The Client acknowledges sole responsibility for any damages incurred to the Boundless Home during their stay. Boundless Life reserves the right to invoice for damages or any additional fees incurred by the Client. Boundless Life holds the authority to adjudicate damage claims. Notification of damages and associated costs will be provided within seven business days of the Client's departure. Failure to settle invoices may result in the Client's ineligibility for future cohorts.

i. Boundless Home Access: For all maintenance which refers to significant repairs or upkeep tasks necessary to maintain the habitability, safety, and functionality of the Boundless Home, which are beyond the control and responsibility of the Client, the Client agrees to provide access to the Boundless Home as required. These could include repairs or replacements of essential systems such as plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), electrical systems, structural components, or major appliances provided by Boundless. 

ii. Boundless Home Issues: For issues caused by the Client (such as but is not limited to; blocked drains, broken domestic appliances, broken glass, key stuck in door etc.), the Client agrees to provide access to the Boundless Home as required and pay all applicable fees for said maintenance. With respect to any lost keys, you agree to pay a “key loss” fee of 100€.

i. Upon arrival at the Boundless Home, an inventory is available; it should be checked and approved by the Client. In case of inconsistencies, please contact the local Crew immediately. Should Boundless Life not receive any communication within 72 hours of check-in at the Boundless Home, the inventory will be deemed as compliant and accepted with no reservation by the Client.
ii. The Client is responsible for the care and safekeeping of all inventory items provided by Boundless during their stay. In the event that an item is lost, the Client understands and agrees to be charged for the replacement cost of the item.

The Boundless Home will be fully ready upon arrival. This includes your beds being prepared with linen and bedding appropriate for the location of the Boundless Home and season. Bath towels and hand towels are equally available to cater for your families needs. Towels and linen will be renewed during the weekly cleaning service. More frequent renewals can be arranged at an extra cost.

A housekeeping team will be in place to clean the Boundless Home once a week. This includes vacuuming, renewing the towels and linen and cleaning the bathroom. More frequent cleaning can be arranged at an extra cost. Additionally, it is your responsibility to remove garbage. When checking-out, please make sure the Boundless Home is not dirty beyond normal use. The dishwasher should be empty with dishes cleaned and put away. In case the Boundless Home is not left in the condition as found upon arrival, a discretionary “cleaning service” fee can be charged to the Client. The Client agrees that Boundless Life shall be the final arbiter regarding any “cleaning service” fee. Please note that unwanted items left in the Boundless Home will incur a removal fee of €150. Additional charges may apply for excessive amounts of equipment left behind.

‍1.8. PETS
Boundless Life has a pet friendly policy, pending local availability. Where a pet is permitted, all evidence of pet occupation must be removed from the Boundless Home and grounds at the end of the booking period. An additional cleaning fee of €250 per pet will be applied upon booking. Should damages arise within the Boundless Home during your stay, an additional damage fee will be charged.

Smoking of tobacco, cannabis, or any other substances, as well as vaping, is strictly forbidden within the Boundless Home. In addition, the Client agrees not to engage in any illegal activities, including but not limited to the use, possession, or distribution of illicit drugs or any other substances prohibited by law, within the Boundless Home.
Should evidence arise of smoking or engaging in illegal activities inside the Boundless Home, the Client agrees to incur the cost of i) deep cleaning and ii) any additional items required to restore the Boundless Home to its original state. Boundless Life reserves the right to take appropriate legal action and terminate this agreement and the Terms with immediate effect if the Client is found to be in violation of this non-smoking policy and prohibition of illegal acts. No refund will be provided.

1.10. INTERNET/Wi-Fi
Access to Internet/Wi-Fi is included and complimentary during the booking period stay at the Boundless Home. Boundless Life will not be liable for any interruption of service caused by the internet provider or any other cause beyond its control. No refund and no discount will be granted in case of unavailability of the network access. The Client is responsible for any additional Internet charges incurred as a result of your Internet usage.

Utilities costs are included within your accommodation charge, with certain provisions regarding usage limits. Boundless Life reserves the right to assess additional charges for excessive utilities usage, at its sole discretion. Should the Client exceed normal utilities usage, Boundless Life may apply a surcharge fee. The determination of excessive usage will be made by Boundless Life based on standard consumption levels. Any additional charges will be communicated to the Client accordingly.

The Boundless Home mentioned throughout these Terms are exclusively used for Boundless Life bookings and for the Client’s personal use only. They cannot be sublet or offered to a separate family or any third-party.  

Client is solely responsible for any items which you bring to the Boundless Home. Boundless Life shall not be responsible for any damage, loss, or theft of any items which you bring or cause to be brought to the Boundless Home.

All Boundless Homes are managed by Boundless Life. The advertising descriptions are written in good faith. For any complaint about the Boundless Home, you must inform the Boundless Life local Crew within 24 hours of check-in. The Client agrees to act reasonably and collaborate with Boundless Life to solve any issue with the Boundless Home. Boundless Life reserves the right to reallocate another rental similar to the Boundless Home if available.


With the booking, access to the Community Hub (the “Hub”) is included for the duration of the stay. The Hub can be used as a coworking space as well as a space for community engagement, with approval from Boundless Life as further detailed in the Code of Conduct. For more information on the usage of the Hub, please refer to the Code of Conduct document.

The Client shall be solely responsible for any and all damages caused by the Client to the Hub during the period of your stay. The Client agrees that Boundless Life shall be entitled to charge for damages occurred during Client’s stay. You agree that Boundless Life shall be the final arbiter regarding any damage claims. Upon damages found, these will be communicated to the Client with the costing involved and detailed.

‍2.3. PETS
Pets are not allowed in the common areas, such as the Hub, due to potential risk of allergies for others.

Smoking of tobacco, cannabis, or any other substances, as well as vaping, is strictly forbidden within the Hub. In addition, the Client agrees not to engage in any illegal activities, including but not limited to the use, possession, or distribution of illicit drugs or any other substances prohibited by law, within the Hub.
Should evidence arise of smoking or engaging in illegal activities inside the Hub, the Client agrees to incur the cost of i) deep cleaning and ii) any additional items required to restore the Hub. Boundless Life reserves the right to take appropriate legal action and terminate this agreement and the Terms with immediate effect if the Client is found to be in violation of this non-smoking policy and prohibition of illegal acts. No refund will be provided.

See also appropriate section in the Code of Conduct.

The Client must enrol at least one child to Boundless Education for the duration of the stay. 

Should a parent like to join their children for the field trip, they need to organise their own transport, admission cost and inform the Education Centre in advance as stated below.

Some venues will not have food establishments and parents may need to take food and drink with them. Food will be provided for the children.

Depending on the location of the field trip, there might be a limit on the number of parents that can be accommodated on the transportation or in an activity. Attendance will be on a first come, first served basis and Boundless Education staff should be notified by email no later than the Monday morning before the field trip.

Transport: Parents consent to their child/children travelling to and from the Education Centre, for Boundless Life-organised activities and events, by any form of public transport and/or in a motor vehicle driven by a responsible adult who is duly licensed and insured to drive a vehicle of that type.

Extracurricular Activities, also called ECAs, are offered after the normal operating hours of Boundless Education either at the Education Centre or partner premises.

ECAs are at an extra cost that varies based on the activity, the location and time of year. Further details will be provided to the Client prior to the commencement of their cohort.

See section 4.1. CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY relating to cancellation/refund requests for ECAs.

The Client will at all times comply with the Boundless Life Code of Conduct, as amended by Boundless Life from time to time, available on Boundless Life’s public website and communicated during your booking process.

i. Entry to Boundless Education: The Client agrees to fully disclose all relevant information as may be requested by Boundless Life, including but not limited to citizenship, learning needs, educational history and family circumstances of the Student.

ii. Physical Contact: Parents give their consent to such physical contact as may accord with good practice and be appropriate and proper for teaching and instruction and for providing comfort to a Student in distress or to maintain safety and good order, or in connection with the Student’s health and welfare.

iii. Disclosures: Parents must, as soon as possible, disclose to Boundless Life in confidence any known medical condition, health problem or allergy affecting the Student, any history or diagnosis of a learning difficulty on the part of the Student or any member of his/her immediate family, or any family circumstances or court order which may affect the Student’s welfare, safety or security and/or any precautionary measures required to ensure the same.

iv. Use of information:
A. Confidentiality: The Parents’ consent on behalf of themselves and the Student that the Education Centre, its officers and staff may obtain, hold, use and communicate confidential information which, in their sole opinion, is material to the safety and welfare of the Student and others. 
B. Boundless Education’s Intellectual Property: Boundless Education and its content, features and functionality are and will remain the exclusive property of Boundless Life and its licensors. Boundless Education is protected by copyright, trademark, and other laws of all countries where our Education Centres are in operation. Families and members of the Boundless community may not sell, licence, rent, modify, distribute, copy, reproduce, transmit, publicly display, publicly perform, publish, adapt, edit, or create derivative works from Boundless Life without the prior written consent of Boundless Life.
C. Distribution of information: Entering into an agreement with Boundless Life means that you, as the Client, agree not to copy or distribute content included in Boundless Education’s course of activities (including postings on online forums, messages on any channel, curriculum materials, photos or documentation from in-person trips and experiences) without explicit permission of the content owner or Boundless Life.
D. Solicitation: You also agree not to solicit or collect information about any of our Families or members of the Boundless Community, especially for the purposes of: transmitting, or facilitating transmission of, unsolicited or bulk electronic email or communications; promoting commercial activities except as agreed to in writing by Boundless Education; advertising products or services, or engage in political lobbying.
E. Non–Compliance: In the event of non-compliance with the above, Boundless Life reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to suspend the Client’s participation in the cohort or to terminate the agreement without providing any reimbursement for fees or expenses incurred by their stay. 


i. Experiences: 
A. Refunds: Customers may receive a full refund for an experience if the cancellation request is submitted up to two weeks prior to the event, provided that the minimum number of participants required for the activity or experience is still maintained. However, for cancellation requests received less than two weeks before the event, refunds will be subject to each activity and experience, and whether the minimum level of participants is secured with the remaining participants. These are the overall conditions unless stated otherwise within the details of the activity or experience on the portal. There may be specific activities or experiences that have different refund policies due to their unique nature. Please note that experiences that include overnight stays are non-refundable. 
B. Cancellations: If the experience is cancelled by the company due to unforeseen circumstances, customers will be offered a rescheduled date or a full refund, based on their preference and/or availability.

ii. Activities and Extracurricular Activities (ECAs): 
A. Refunds (3-Month Experiences): Clients may receive a refund if a cancellation request is submitted up until the end of the initial business week in which the Activity or Extracurricular Activity (ECA) has started. As an example, a refund should be requested by the end of business on that Friday of the week the ECA was first taken. Given that a first session was attended, a one-off cost will be deducted from the refund. Refunds requested after this point, will not be available.
Refunds (3 & 4-Week Getaways): No refunds for ECAs are available during our shorter, seasonal cohorts (‘Getaways’).
B. Cancellations: If the activity or ECA is cancelled by the company due to unforeseen circumstances, customers will be offered a rescheduled date or a full refund, based on their preference and/or availability.

i. Processing Fee: Refunds will be processed using the original payment method and may take a certain period of time to be reflected in the customer's account, depending on the payment provider.  A 10% processing fee (10% of the total reimbursed amount) will be deducted from the total refund amount for any cancellation or refund request made from the customers side and as approved by the local team. Experiences and Activities cancelled by Boundless Life will not be subject to such processing fee. 

ii. Additional Services Fees: Additional services offered are invoiced immediately or added to the next month's invoice, payable upon receipt or within the monthly invoicing terms.

iii. Overdue Amounts: Any overdue amounts 15 days after the invoice due date will incur a late payment charge of 10%. Failure to settle the outstanding payment within the invoiced month may affect the Client’s financial standing. Boundless Life reserves the right to terminate the Client’s occupancy after two (2) payment reminders due to non-payment. 

Participants must be aware that they are engaging in activities in open nature and fully acknowledge and accept responsibility for their own participation. They are required to comply with the instructions provided by the Group Leader(s) to ensure their safety and the smooth operation of the activity. Participants should promptly report any issues or concerns they encounter during the activity to the Group Leader(s) to receive appropriate assistance. It is essential for participants to exercise caution, adhere to safety guidelines, and communicate openly to ensure a positive and enjoyable experience for everyone involved.

The company may capture photographs or videos during experiences, activities, or services for promotional purposes. Customers who do not wish to be included in such media should inform the organisers in advance.


i. 3-week and 4-week packages: The package price is payable upon booking (the “Booking Deposit”).

ii. 3-month packages: 
A. The first month’s package price is payable upon booking (the “Booking Deposit”). The following month of the stay will be auto-charged via a third-party payment processor 90 days prior to your check-in date and the final month will be auto-charged 60 days prior to your check-in date. The same logic applies if you combine several 3-month packages.
B. For reservations done less than 30 days before the arrival date, you must pay the full package price of the three months’ stay upon booking.

iii. Booking Deposit: It is non-refundable, non-exchangeable, non-transferable and non-editable barring the exceptions described below in 5.1.1 IV

iv. Booking Change: You may change your booking free of charge within the next 12 months when notifying your Sales contact via email at least 90 days in advance of the start date of your initially chosen Cohort (€100 Change Fee applies). These change requests are subject to availability within the Cohort at the time the change is requested. All payments (Booking Deposit and additional payments) will transfer to a Boundless Credit at the value of the original package booked and can be allocated against the regular price of the cohort being replaced. Any incremental amount over and above the package is to be paid by the customer.

v. Cancellations: 
A. The Client may cancel their booking of a Boundless Package six (6) months prior to the beginning of the cohort for the following reasons:
   1. Bereavement: in the event of the death of an immediate family member (spouse, parent, child, or sibling).
   2. Medical Reasons: due to personal injury or illness, supported by a signed doctor's note confirming the inability to travel. However, pre-existing conditions known before joining the program are not covered.
   3. Government Travel Changes: unexpected alterations to government travel requirements, such as visa or passport changes.
   4. Declared Emergencies: due to government-declared local or national emergencies, epidemics, pandemics, and public health emergencies at the Boundless Home location.
   5. Travel Restrictions: governmental travel restrictions prevent or prohibit travel to, staying at, or returning from the Boundless Home location. Non-binding travel advisories are excluded.
   6. Military Actions and Hostilities: due to acts of war, hostilities, civil unrest, terrorism, and related events in the participant's home area.
   7. Natural Disasters: due to natural disasters, acts of God, utility outages, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, and abnormal weather events in the participant's home area. Common and foreseeable weather conditions are excluded.
   8. Change of employment: due to a change in employment that no longer allows remote work, subject to approval. The Client must provide written proof from their employer to support the claim for cancellation.
B. Prior to seeking any refund or reimbursement, the client must make the claim to their insurance provider before making any claim to Boundless Life for whatever is not covered.
C. ALL cancellations are subject to a 10% processing fee (10% of the total reimbursed amount). This fee will be deducted from the total refund amount for any cancellation, regardless of the reason for cancellation.
D. Any other cancellation will result in Boundless Life charging the full package price. 

vi. Notice of Early Departure: Advanced planning is required for Boundless Life to be able to provide the Client with a great experience in terms of transition logistics, accommodation allocation, and execution of events. Should the Client decide to leave early, the Client acknowledges that in so doing, he/she will forfeit the full payment. They must notify their local Community Lead. The Client is responsible for the full Boundless Package cost due upon the date of invoice. In leaving a Cohort early, the Family forfeits access to anything Boundless Life related for the remainder of the Cohort. The Family will also be removed from the Boundless Community channels that Boundless Life uses to communicate and coordinate with Cohort Families

i. Cancellations prior to Departure: Boundless Life reserves the right to cancel any Cohort that has not yet departed due to inadequate enrollment or any other reason that results in the cohort being economically infeasible to operate, or due to good-faith concerns with respect to health, safety and welfare of the families. In the case of said cancellation, for reasons outside Force Majeure, Boundless Life will refund the full package price as well as up to €500 for already-made expenditures for flight travel to the initial Boundless Location. Said refund will be paid up to 60 days after the decision to cancel the Cohort. For cancellations due to Force Majeure situations, the Client will be able to reschedule their package.

ii. Cancellations in Progress: Boundless Life also reserves the right to cancel any Cohort in progress because of good-faith concerns with respect to the safety, health, or welfare of the Families. Should Boundless Life cancel a Cohort in progress, the Client will receive a prorated credit for future Boundless Life cohorts. Except as outlined above when Boundless Life cancels a Cohort in progress, Boundless Life bears no responsibility for any expenses, including any non-refundable expenses incurred by the Client.

iii. Cohort Delays: ‍Boundless Life reserves the right to delay the commencement of a Cohort for reasons including, but not limited to, travel and/or quarantine restrictions, health and safety concerns, the closure of restaurants and other businesses due to lockdown restrictions and other similar events. In such an event, Boundless Life shall contact Cohort Families regarding the alternative launch dates. In the event of an overbooking due to capacity constraints caused by Boundless Life; the Family will be notified and offered an alternative Cohort schedule and/or location. Should the Family refuse the alternative Cohort possibilities offered, the Family can choose either to receive a refund of their fees paid to date or keep their Booking Deposit as a credit for future bookings.

iv. Cohort Interruptions: Under certain circumstances, Boundless Life may need to interrupt a current Cohort due to travel and/or quarantine restrictions, health and safety concerns, the closure of restaurants and other businesses due to lockdown restrictions and other similar events. In such event, while Boundless Life will use reasonable efforts to mitigate the impact of such an interruption, you will be responsible for all additional costs associated with the interruption, including, without limitation, any additional travel, accommodation and food and beverage costs although you may be able to seek reimbursement for some of these costs from any travel insurance policies you may have obtained.

Boundless Life will always aim to keep pricing reasonable and consistent for the duration of a Cohort. In the case where economic and market factors require Boundless Life to change the price of certain products, Boundless Life reserves the right to increase pricing of 3 and 4-week and 3-month packages at any time. Families will be provided with a 60 day notice for any such increase.

The Client acknowledges that many experiences and activities carry inherent risks (including, but not limited to: slips, trips, falls; indoor and outdoor activities; native insects and wildlife, recreational equipment operation; risk of infection from COVID-19 or its variants, or any other risks not stated) and agree that, to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, the Client assumes the entire risk arising out of your access to and use of the Boundless Home, including the Client’s stay at the Boundless Home, use of the Community Hub, use of the Boundless Education Centre. The Client agrees to take precautionary measures to reduce risks and prevent accident, injury or property damage, abide by any reasonable rules posted at the Boundless Home, and to inform anyone joining the Client at the Boundless Home of these Terms.

Boundless Life shall not be responsible for interruptions that may impede your use of the Boundless Home that are beyond the control of Boundless Life, such as, but not limited to: construction noise, inclement weather, electricity, water or Internet outages, theft, allergies, or noise violations.  Boundless Life shall not be responsible for death, personal injury or loss of any kind, no matter the cause, which are incurred by you, your pets, or anyone who is on the premises of the Boundless Home.

The Client is solely responsible for obtaining any travel insurance, health insurance, or other types of insurance which may be needed during your stay and any activities the Client partakes in whether organised by Boundless Life or one of its partners.

Boundless Life is not responsible nor liable for any costs incurred by the Client related to the Client’s stay, including without limitation, costs related to travel cancellation, rebooking fees, loss of property, or medical or health issues.

i. Client is not permitted to solicit other members or Boundless Life employees for business or personal gain. This includes, but is not limited to, business ventures, services, or any form of direct or indirect solicitation that could disrupt the community's harmony or interfere with the employment relationship between Boundless Life and its employees.

ii. Client is expected to maintain a respectful tone when discussing Boundless Life, its employees, or other members. Negative comments, derogatory language, or any form of disrespect (commonly known as "bad-mouthing") towards Boundless Life, its employees, or other Clients is strictly prohibited. 

iii. The unique experiences, information, and knowledge gained through participation in Boundless Life are proprietary and constitute confidential information. Client agrees not to use this information to replicate or create a competing product or service. This includes, but is not limited to, the concept, operational model, community engagement strategies, and any other aspects that are intrinsic to the Boundless Life experience.

i. Force Majeure: An event beyond the reasonable control of the parties to these Terms is referred to below as a “Force Majeure Event” and shall include such events as an act of God, fire, flood, storm, war, riot, civil unrest, act of terrorism, strikes, industrial disputes, outbreak of epidemic or pandemic of disease, failure of utility service or transportation.

ii. Notification: If either party to these Terms is prevented from or delayed in carrying out its obligations under these Terms by a Force Majeure Event, that party shall immediately notify the other in writing and shall be excused from performing those obligations while the Force Majeure Event continues.

iii. Continued Force Majeure: If a Force Majeure Event continues for a period greater than 90 days, the party who has provided notification shall notify the other of the steps to be taken to ensure performance of this Agreement.

iv. Liability: Except where Boundless Life is found to be grossly negligent or guilty of gross misconduct causing personal injury, loss or damage, Boundless Life shall not be responsible to the Student or Families for any personal injury suffered, or damage to or loss of any property belonging to the Client. Boundless Life cannot be responsible for any personal injury and/or loss or damage suffered by the Client outside of the Education Centre or the Hub.

In the event of a breach of any terms or conditions of these Terms, if the breach has not been remedied within 10 days following receipt of written notice thereof from Boundless Life, remedies shall include, but not be limited to:
- Eviction without notice
- Outstanding charges + Eviction penalty of 399 euros
- Immediate Education Centre dismissal
- Denial of entry to Boundless Life facilities

The Client represents that you are 18 years of age or older. If the Client is bringing a minor as a guest, the Client acknowledges and agrees that the Client is solely responsible for the supervision of that minor throughout the duration of stay at the Boundless Home and has read these Terms and agreed to them on the minor’s behalf. If the Client is booking the Boundless Home on behalf of other guests, the Client will ensure, and the Client represents and warrants, that each guest on whose behalf the Client books, or who is staying or visiting the Boundless Home during the Client’s stay at the Boundless Home has read and agreed to these Terms, which shall apply to each of them as if the reference to “the Client” was a reference to him/her.

The Client acknowledges that the Client has read these Terms and that the Client understands them and agrees to be bound by them. The Client understands that the effect of these Terms is that the Client is releasing liability and waiving the Client’s right to sue and the Client is assuming risk for matters resulting from, arising out of or relating in any way to the Client’s rental and stay at the Accommodation, including but not limited to personal injury, death and property damage. The Client acknowledges that these Terms apply even if Boundless Life may be negligent in whole or in part. The Client understands that these Terms apply to and shall be effective and binding upon the Client, the Client’s heirs, assigns, personal representative, estate, and all members of the Client’s family, minors, and others in the Client’s care, custody or control.

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