Do I need a certain type of lease?

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    06-24-2009, 12:19 PM
Do I need a certain type of lease?

So I've deicded I want to lease out my boy Murray. He will be staying at his current location, my riding stables, Sunny Brook Farm.

I'm looking for how would I type up his lease? I would like him to stay there, but of course the lesse would need to follow Sue's rules as Murray is on her stable grounds.

Would I need two contracts? Or can I mix them together? Sorry, I have the feeling the answer is in my face, but if anyone can clear it up for me that would be great. Thank you!
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    06-24-2009, 12:21 PM
I'm not sure, really. It probably depends on your barn. Talk to the barn manager and see what they say about those situations. They may have a pre-made lease typed up already :)
    06-24-2009, 12:34 PM
Green Broke
I don't know much about contracts but you should definitely make it clear that he is to stay on the property. It's called an on-site lease. Make sure the contract says something about following the barn rules and such.
    06-25-2009, 12:55 PM
Talk to your BO and see what she says. The closest stable to where I live wont allow boarders to lease out their horses. They claim there are too many possible loose ends. So definitely check with the BO. If its an on site lease, im pretty sure the leasee will have to site your lease contract and the BO barn contract.
    06-26-2009, 10:22 PM
Like the above posters, talk to your BO.
I have talked to mine about leasing my mare out and I would have a contract between me and the person leasing her, and then she'd have to sign a contract with my BO.

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