Pre-Purchase Trial Contract Help
I had someone come out to try my pony for their lesson program and they want to do a trial to make sure it works out and he fits in their program. I want to make a contract up for the terms of this trial/purchase but beings as I have never let a horse go on trial before I'm a bit stumped.
Does anyone have an example of theirs that they wouldn't mind sharing with me?
I'm only asking $1,500 for the pony and they haven't contested. What is an appropriate amount to ask for? Some that I see online say 10% or 50% during the trial period and the rest when they decide to buy. Others say they pay the full amount. I'm not sure which I should do, if they like him they are a few hours away so full amount might be easier? Should I allow a two week trial or a 30 day trial? I feel like 30 days would give him more time to settle into their routine and they can see who he really is but he's so chill he'll probably settle in in a day or so.
I know I need loss of use, death, should he be injured under their care they pay, but I'm drawing a huge blank on everything else.
Thank you in advance for any help.
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