In most cases, a User Agreement, Service Agreement, or Lease is required. The
Real Estate Department will advise the location which form to use and refer the location to the
Office of the Legal Counsel, if appropriate.User Agreement
A User Agreement is generally required when the individual, entity, or other organization uses the facility for a short duration of up to 30 days. All User Agreements must be completed and submitted to the Real Estate Department at least one week prior to the use.
There are three types of User Agreements:
Internal User Agreement is appropriate whenever the entity or other organization renting or using the facility is part of the archdiocese (such as another archdiocesan school) and is covered by the archdiocesan insurance policies. When completed and executed, the Internal User Agreement must be returned to the
Real Estate Department.
An Outside User Agreement is appropriate whenever the individual, entity, or other organization renting or using the facility is not a part of the archdiocese and is therefore not covered by the archdiocesan insurance policies. For example, private summer camps or after-school programs not sponsored and staffed by the school, public entities, and group or community meetings or events all require completion of the Outside User Agreement. When completed and executed, the Outside User Agreement must be returned to the
Real Estate Department along with the required certificates of insurance. See the Outside User Agreement and the Outside User Agreement for Blood Drive/Flu Shot Clinic/Health Services/Wellness Programs.
User Agreement for Film is appropriate for all filming on the facility, including movies, television, and advertising. When completed and executed, the User Agreement for Film must be returned to the
Real Estate Department along with the requested certificates of insurance.
Service AgreementA Service Agreement is appropriate whenever the individual, entity, or other organization using the facility is paid directly by the location for services rendered, and the user does not pay for the use of the facility. The Service Agreement, executed by the individual, entity, or other organization and the person in charge, sets forth the rights and obligations of each party and specifies the use of the facility. See the
Food Service Agreement and Professional Services Agreement.LeaseA Lease is appropriate whenever the use of the facility exceeds 30 days. The location must provide the
Real Estate Department with any written or verbal proposals for the use of the facility to enable the Real Estate Department to evaluate the use and to provide the appropriate documentation that includes the terms and conditions required by the archdiocese. If the term of the Lease is one year or longer, it may not be signed by the person in charge at the location, but must be executed by the appropriate person at the archdiocese and returned to the Real Estate Department, which will provide the location with an executed copy.Disclaimer and WaiverFor those voluntarily participating in a program at a location (where the location is only making available the space where the program is conducted), see the
Disclaimer and Waiver from the Health and Wellness Ministry.