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The property must be guaranteed. It is important that the contract includes a guarantee certifying that the customer actually owns the horse. This is a way for the owner of the stable to remain protected if it turns out that the new horse is a stolen property. By signing below, the Customer confirms the receipt and understanding of the terms of this horse boarding contract and agrees to respect them without restriction. Standard This section states that any breach of the boarding contract by one of the parties, including the breach of stable rules, results in the immediate termination of the contract and that the non-infringing party is entitled to recover all costs incurred by the infringement. Mediation/Arbitration This section may require parties to go through mediation or arbitration before filing an appeal in the event of a dispute or disagreement. PandaTip: Your client will sign the riding contract with the indicated fields of the model at the bottom of this e-signature page. After signing, this contract can be downloaded in PDF format. Stable rules and regulations It is a declaration that the owner agrees to respect the rules of the barn. Some stables stop their stable rules in a striking place in the barn.

The rules are also often related to the boarding contract itself, and the owner may be asked to sign them to confirm that he or she has read and understands. Money is an important part of the agreement. The boarding fees and fees they pay should be clearly defined. While the “full” card is usually included, it is best to specify what you mean by term. The coarse plank should always be clearly defined; in such a situation, the cost of additional items that are not included in the gross boarding fee should be broken down so that everyone knows in advance what it will be. Similarly, the costs of special services such as blankets, training, special food, handling, etc., require a detailed list. As part of the insurance coverage, the barn should require the horse owner to have a compensation clause in the event of a violation of someone or another animal. This clause does not protect the stable from its own potential negligence in handling the horse, but in situations where the horse, as horses sometimes do, causes only an accident. Legal experts working in the equine industry make a very clear recommendation: “Get it in writing!” A contract is a written agreement that is both the owner of the facility and the…