Building a Contract

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        02-18-2013, 07:12 PM
    Building a Contract

    This Ren Faire season, my lease is going to take part. I want to build a contract for his use in the festival, but I'm not sure who should write it, or what to say?

    I want to have a boarding contract for the time he stays on the land in regards to feeding, care and use of the tack and or reimbursement if anything happens to said tack, who rides him, who can handle him, etc.

    This is more to save my butt so that I don't get caught in any rear end of something happening. I don't think it will, but anything can happen, and I want to be safe.

    His owner says he can be ridden by pretty much anyone, except green riders. I'm thinking of letting only my instructor and his family work and ride him aside from myself, because I trust them, and trust they won't sour any training he has had. I would have had it strictly me and my instructor, but he needs to work with another horse and prep her to be used again, so his father will be the only allowable when I am not there.

    I'm probably a little over cautious, but I don't want to make any mistakes as this is my first lease. I really like him and his owner, and I want to make this a pleasant experience.
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        02-18-2013, 07:21 PM
    I think both you and his owner should collaborate on the contract together to cover all bases...

    As for what to include, I'm not exactly sure.
        02-18-2013, 07:56 PM
    Right. I was thinking a meeting between me, my lease owner, the land owner, and my instructor. Or would that be a bit overkill?
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        02-18-2013, 10:10 PM
    Well on actually drating the contract.. you do not need that many people. Now the accepting of the contract, invite all of those individuals to discuss the parameters of the contract.. then you can make necessary changes and then get it all signed once everything has been agreed upon.
        02-18-2013, 10:13 PM
    Oh, okay. That makes sense. Thank you.
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