Utsa Bookstore Rental Agreement

If you want the only bookstore on the South Side to stay where we are, come in and buy something. There is not much to do, just something that helps us pay the outstanding rent. Please. After the bookstore closed for a month in September 2018, activity fell sharply. Since then, according to Johnson, the rebound has been very difficult. The card in the file is charged a replacement and non-return shipping fee. Replacement and non-return fees are charged to the credit card. The book will belong to you. The replacement fee is 75% of the new book price at the time of purchase. The non-return fee is 7.5% of the price of the new book at the time of purchase.

These fees are in addition to the rental. “We offer a safe rental experience,” says John Palmer, Director of UTSA Bookstore. “With Rent-A`s text, students can highlight rents and write them down and buy them simply if the student decides to keep the book.” Yes, the bookstore may refuse to accept your rental book if it is not rendered in good condition. Good condition will be judged by the bookstore alone, and usually the book means intact spine, no excessive damage to the cover or content, all the original pages intact, all the original components present, and no excessive lighting, writing or other marks. Normal enhancement and writing are permitted. If the bookstore discovers that your book is not acceptable for return, you will be charged a replacement copy and non-return fee. The drop-add policy for rented books is the same as for purchased books. Return the book to the bookstore within the permitted time with drop/add documentation. If you return your book by mail, it must be marked within the authorized return/add period and must contain a copy of the drop/add documentation with your book. This end-user agreement (this “agreement”) is a contract between you and St. Lawrence University and applies to your use of Nebraska Book Company products and services (the “Service”). This agreement defines your rights and obligations and should be read carefully.

In this agreement, “I,” “you” or “you” means any person or entity that uses the service (“User”).