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For more information about leasing, please contact:
Senior Leasing Manager
Tél. : 514.337.8611
Thank you for your interest in using Centre Cote St-Luc to promote your business/organization.
In order for the Landlord to approve the short-term agreement to set up in the shopping centre, the following process must be completed at least 21 business days prior to your requested set up date.
Please fill out this form and our representative will get in touch. Make sure to reach the rest of the steps and prepare accordingly.
PROVIDE INSURANCE CERTIFICATE
Provide CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE in the vendor’s legal name, showing liability coverage of $5,000,000.00 ($2,000,000 for non profit organizations) valid on the date(s) of your appearance at the mall, with the following names added as additional insured on the policy:
NEW – First Capital Real Estate Investment Trust, and each corporation, partnership, and trust, controlled by it.
Insurance Certificates must include a 30-day prior written cancellation notice to the Landlord.
Certificate Holder should appear as follows: First Capital Real Estate Investment Trust, and each corporation, partnership, and trust, controlled by it. 7155 Chemin de la Côte-Saint-Luc, Montréal, QC H4V 1J2.
SIGN SHORT TERM AGREEMENT
Once the above information has been received by the Administration Office, and the requirements have been met, a short-term agreement will be prepared & sent for signature by the appropriate signing authority(s) in your organization.
Full payment (if applicable) is required to be sent to the administration office with the returned signed agreement. Payment is to be made by certified cheque or money order, payable only to: First Capital (Centre Cote St-Luc) Corporation.
Once the landlord has approved the event/agreement, you will be notified.
GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
All signage must be professional and approved by management. All displays must be manned, and the area must be left clean and tidy. Displays must be set up and taken down before and after mall hours. The mall will not be responsible for lost articles.
Your goods and services may not be in conflict with other tenants in the mall.
If you are selling food items, the Landlord requires confirmation from the Public Health Inspector, prior to set up, that they are aware you are setting up in the centre.
Regarding cars and machines, all gas tanks must be locked. All vehicles must be firmly mounted and secured for safety. Batteries must be disconnected, and carpet/plastic must be put under tires and oil pan. One set of keys must be left with mall management. Ticket sellers may not solicit anywhere else on the premises other than the areas designated. Taggers or ticket sellers may not approach shoppers or tenants. All young Taggers must be supervised by an adult.