Livery Yard Tenancy Agreement

5.1 This agreement is valid for the duration, subject to a previous termination in accordance with this Agreement. You will find other contracts and presentation documents containing numerous painting contracts, price increase letters, introductory letters, standard communication and many other resources and information about painting contracts on the link below. 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. 5 SCHEDULE 3 Additional Services Fees A daily maintenance and/or remedial service one/two/three/three times a day in addition to pet food A daily mucking-out service passes the A care service. Everyday / Weekly Assembly and Carpet Removal [] per day Handling and supplying the horse for a veterinarian/farrier/dentist visits a daily check-up service for grazing horses A daily/hand-held/participation in the exercise/ participation rate of the inner school outdoor school Exercise Paddock Vet/Farrier/Clipping Room Other to pay the owner on a weekly/monthly basis in one (1) month of delivery. SCHEDULE 4 The owner remains responsible at all times as: DUTIES OF THE OWNER 1. the horse is inspected once/twice/three times a day (if not in the pasture) 2. the horse is fed once/twice and three times a day 3. the horse is sucked in daily (if stabilized) 4. The horse comes with enough hard fodder 5.

the horse is regularly exercised according to its needs 6. The horse is visited every 10 weeks 7 by a registered Farrier. the horse is dewormed according to the shipyard policy 8. the horse is vaccinated in accordance with the instructions of the shipyard 9. Civil liability insurance is maintained with respect to the importance of horses This draft contract aims to provide guidance and areas of guidance for those who wish to enter into a paint agreement. Anyone who proposes to enter into such an agreement in writing should be advised on their particular circumstances. Having a formal agreement if you lease your country for any purpose is a good practice, especially if the agreement is likely to last several years. By having something in writing, anyone who inherits or buys the country knows exactly what has been agreed instead of relying on anecdotal evidence – or other people`s memories. If you are renting land to a recreational rider to graze your horses, you should consider a grazing contract, a collective agreement or a benefit-taken contract. If horses are part of a commercial establishment, a business lease (with Part II opt-out) is the safest option, or you may consider renting a business, but only if the pasture is completely separate from the business.

Whatever agreement you engage in, make sure it has been properly designed to avoid the problems below. This would ensure that you do not accidentally end up with a lease agreement that affects your control of the country and prevents you from claiming BPS.