Stable Livery Agreement


This is an agreement for farm owners who provide a bulk box and basic facilities to allow an owner-client to take care of his horse. It is essential to know where you stand when you enter into a painting court agreement. A chord can be available in all different forms as a result of different types of paint (for example. B complete, part, DIY, etc.), facilities for sale, and shipyard conditions. A painting agreement must always be written before the horse is placed in a paint yard. The owner of a painting yard must indicate the safety provisions of a horse, while the owner must indicate all the personal requirements he needs for his horse in the agreement to ensure that no litigation is ongoing. However, it is interesting to note that, for all types of painting, the ultimate responsibility of the horse, while in the paint yard is at the owner`s paint court. 1.4 “In a functional painting,” the horse will not be more than ………. He worked. hours a day, and should not wear more than ……………. Always check your tac before driving. The barn is not responsible for the quality of repair of your tack and will not be responsible for injuries, accidents and/or deaths related to the use of tack in sick repair.

This agreement is suitable for a DIY painting. For complete painting, see this chord. If an animal is covered by death or loss of use insurance, the owner must indicate it in the paint contract. 6.1 Any change in the terms of the contract is valid or binding, unless it is made by a prior written agreement between the shipyard and the owner. 5.1 This agreement is valid for the duration, subject to a previous termination in accordance with this Agreement. Details of maintenance costs. Is movement included? The horse is prepared and saddled for the owner. Is Tack cleaned regularly? Please explain in detail the services and facilities you wish to offer as part of the painting fee. Barn rules (z.B.

riding restrictions, stable time, notification required for horse movement outside normal opening hours, etc.) 3.1 The owner must ensure, that the horse is stocked with all the issues described in the schedules (this will be the owner`s responsibility towards your horse, the services provided by the shipyard, the fees for the use of the services, a profile of your horse, and a daily breakdown of your horse`s paint farm, and is established in four parts) It provides a broad framework for all aspects of your future requirements for your contract with your owners. By using this agreement, we are sure that you spend much less time dealing with customer issues, large and small. 1. General – Information that must be included in each painting contract: each owner of the boarding barn must publish a copy of its rules and its link on animals and effects in a visible place in the barns. In the event of non-compliance with the rules or payment terms, the client cannot claim a lack of knowledge of the existence of these directives or the effects of the infringements. Also ask customers to sign a copy of the rules when moving in and give them a copy of the rules. All animal links and effects must be clearly stated in the paint contract that they must also sign. No visitors are allowed in the stables or in the fields. The law of this agreement is common law, so you can make the agreement that best suits both parties. Explain all the costs and who is responsible for them. Veterinary and farrier fees are generally the responsibility of the owner, and this should be taken into account. Details on the additional costs: deworming, clipping, additional supplements needed and whether they are included in the painting fee or how much is charged.

The type of laquising, the weekly rate and the type of billing, and here you should mention all the extras that lie outside the daily terms of the contract A six-page document written in legal jargon is likely to scare customers and is not necessary.