These livery agreements include variants for full livery, where training and additional services might be offered, and for DIY livery, where the client is expected to have hands-on involvement in the case of the horse. All documents are in plain English and can be either presented to a client as your “terms and conditions” or signed like a formal legal document. They are drawn by a life time horse owner so include matters you may not expect a lawyer to know!
This is a comprehensive livery agreement for yard owners providing "do-it-yourself" (DIY) livery services to horse owners, where the yard owner provides a loose box, and basic facilities, but the horse owner feeds, exercises and generally cares for the horse. The agreement sets out your reduced responsibility for the horse or pony while it is on your property, details and prices of services (including additional services the owner may choose to buy from you), and of course details of the horse or pony.
This is an agreement for use primarily by any stallion owner as his standard terms, setting out clearly the mare information and warranties he needs, and terms for reservation, attendance, payment, certification, live foal guarantee. It is suitable for the owner of any pony, sport horse or special breed stallion. Although drawn primarily to protect a stallion owner, this agreement sets out matters important to the mare owner as well. It is likely to be acceptable to both parties without much editing.
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