Some contracts I have founds have a lot of content that isn't relevant, or not enough content. I have a general idea what the contract must say (as a bare minimum) and what I want in it. However, to be safe I would appreciate it if people could list off things that I should have in it. The contract that I found has that they assume all responsibility, that I have the right to go on the property to inspect him, a hold harmless agreement, and a few more things. Heres the link, its a .doc so I'm not sure if it will work: www.equusite.com/articles/manage/manageLeaseAgreement.doc
He has a previous injury and has some limitations on what he can do to prevent reinjury. She knows this but would it be best to put in the contract? Essentially what I've been told is that being specific will reduce any problems that might arise.
Are there any good contracts out there that people have used?
I found the website Equine Legal Solutions but they charge $50 for their full lease agreement. From what they tell on their site it looks like it might work but I've never heard of them until now. Anybody have experiance with this website?
Any advice (regarding the contract or just care leasing in general) would be appreciated.