As part of insurance coverage, the barn should require the owner of the horse to provide compensation if the horse rapes someone or any other animal. This clause does not protect the barn from its own negligence in handling the horse, but protects it in situations where, as horses sometimes do, the horse itself causes an accident. This section states that any breach of the boarding contract by either party, including a breach of stable rules, results in the immediate termination of the contract and that the non-injuring party is entitled to recover all costs incurred by the breach. Money is an important part of the deal. Boarding fees and what they pay should be clearly stated. While the « full » card is normally understood, it is best to indicate what you mean by term. The raw plate must always be clearly defined; In such a situation, it is worth disassuring the cost of additional items that are not included in the costs of coarse boards, so that everyone knows in advance what they will be. Similarly, the costs of special services such as blankets, training, special feeding, handling, etc., require a detailed list. Stable rules and regulations It is an explanation that the owner undertakes to respect the rules of the team. Some stables place their barn rules in a striking place in the barn.
The rules are often appended to the boarding contract itself and the owner may need to sign them to confirm that they have read and understood them. Clearly indicate the amount of notice to terminate the contract and increase the fee. Most people don`t like surprises in these areas. If the stable ignores the owner and decides that Lee Roy Brown (the tallest, meanest horse in town, according to its owner) is safe at Terminator (whose owner says his horse is properly designated), he could not only lose two escar boarders, but also face a complaint for the damage both horses are doing. Right of pledge This provision provides that if the owner does not pay the costs or other expenses of the stable within a specified period of time (for example.B. after two months of non-payment), the stable has the right to claim a right of pledge on the horse (horses) and / or equipment of the owner or other property left in the barn and sell them to cover its losses. . . .