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IMERSE strives to ensure the information published on the Website is accurate and up to date. It reserves the right to correct the content at any time without notice. Nonetheless, IMERSE cannot guarantee the accuracy, precision and exhaustiveness of the information made available on the Website.
Consequently, IMERSE cannot be held liable for:
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List your luxury private villa on IMERSE
If you would like to rent your exceptional property and include it as part of our local travel experiences, we would be delighted to learn more about it as described in our Website’s “Rent Your Private Villa”.
French national taxes
The money you earn as an Owner on IMERSE is considered taxable income that may be subject to different taxes like income tax, corporate tax, and other taxes. You can contact the tax authority or any relevant professional, such as a business lawyer or chartered accountant, for more information
*Taxable earnings: learn more how to determine your taxable earnings and your tax and social obligations:
Learn more on tax for furnished property rentals that applies to both individuals and professionals.
*Tourist tax: tourist tax is applied on the price of overnight tourist accommodations and shall be declared and paid by the Owner.
*Specific registration obligation in some cities: the Law for a Digital Republic n° 2016-1321 states that certain municipalities may establish a procedure of "registration” for any person proposing an entire tourist-furnished accommodation for rent. This procedure is free and only takes a few minutes to complete. You must obtain a registration number from your city hall’s website and include it on your IMERSE listing before you start renting.
City of Paris registration website: http://teleservices.paris.fr/meubles-tourisme/.
Mediation requests and the Mediator’s recommendations
IMERSE practice of resolving disputes primarily encourages personalized handling of complainants in order to optimize the success rate.
The IMERSE Mediator is committed to applying the provisions of the French Consumer Code introduced by regulation no. 2015-1033 of 20 August 2015 and its implementing decrees pertaining to the out-of-court resolution of consumer disputes, codified in book 6, title 1, articles L.611-1 et seq. (legislative part) and articles R.612-1 et seq. (regulatory part) of the French Consumer Code. To this end, the Mediator follows a fixed, organised and structured process for handling mediation requests. IMERSE mediator is Centre de Médiation et Règlement Amiable des Huissiers de Justice (Médicys, website www.medicys.fr) with headquarters at 73 Boulevard de Clichy, 75009 Paris.