There are many types of events that take place on our platform. From baby showers and marriage proposals to networking events and product launches, to name a few. It is important that hosts and guests maintain compliance with local laws and regulations as outlined in the Peerspace Services Agreement when booking any type of Event.
In addition, all bookings must comply with Peerspace Community Guidelines. Guests and Hosts should obtain necessary event permits and insurance to ensure bookings are authorized and protected. Failing to do so presents potential legal implications as well as a nuisance for those neighboring the space around you.
Peerspace has also created a Social Events Policy that highlights pre-existing rules and new restrictions for hosting social events and gatherings.
In order to use the Platform and Services, you must read and agree to this Social Event Policy, as part of the Peerspace Services Agreement.
Guests or Hosts reported for throwing disruptive events or violating our Services Agreement are subject to suspension from the Peerspace platform.
If we receive reports that a listing is disrupting the surrounding community, Peerspace may request the host to edit the rules on the listing or suspend the account.
How the policy will be enforced:
Peerspace routinely conducts a "marketplace scan" to flag suspicious or risky bookings. Our Trust & Safety team may ask hosts and guests to provide more information about their event.
Some of the documents our team may ask for include: special event permits, parking permits, certificates of insurance from both parties, a copy of the lease, ID and payment verification, etc.
Peerspace will cancel any booking, at any point, and/or suspend accounts, if the policy is violated. Hosts should continue to enforce their space rules and we ask that youreview inquiries and decline or cancel unauthorized events.