Equine Livery Agreement

3. Work laquis – In addition to the complete painting time, it is also necessary to define the conditions under which a horse can work: 1. General – information that must be included in each painting contract: We take care of everything you want in the agreement with your customers and give you strong legal protection. The document includes: These paint agreements include variants for complete painting, where additional training and services could be offered, and for DIY painting, where the client is supposed to be practically involved in the case of the horse. All documents are in plain English and can be presented to a client as your “conditions” or be signed as a formal legal document. They are designed by a horse owner for life, so include things you can`t expect from a lawyer! The farm owner provides a bulk box and basic facilities, but the horse owner usually feeds, practices and takes care of the horse. Below are some guidelines from the British Horse Society (BHS) on how a paint site contract should be developed and what clauses it should contain. Each section below should help add useful tips to the different clauses, depending on the type of paint chord you choose. (For example, a complete paint chord is different from a grass varnish accord.) 1.1 The Court provides services at all times, efficiently and professionally, throughout their lifespan, meeting the welfare needs of the horse, while exercising all the skills, care and care that can be expected from a competent and properly qualified painting farm. The type of paint, the weekly rate and the type of billing, and here you should mention all the extras that are outside the daily terms of the contract This is a complete varnish agreement for farm owners who offer do-it-yourself painting services for horse owners. 5.1 This agreement is valid for the duration, subject to a previous termination in accordance with this Agreement. 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.

This agreement is based on our standard paint agreement, but determines your reduced liability for the horse while it is on your land. This livery agreement between Livery Yard and Horse Owner can be used when a paint court accommodates a horse for a private (non-commercial) horse owner. 1.4 “In a functional painting,” the horse will not be more than ………. He worked. hours a day, and should not wear more than ……………. Kg. 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.