Equine Facility Lease Agreement

Since the owner of the property is the lessor, he will probably prepare the contract on more favorable terms for him. A tenant should check the contract offered by the landlord and negotiate as many protections as possible. An example of a tenant`s protection clause would be a clause that would determine what will happen if the landlord cannot deliver the equestrian facility on the promised date, or what will happen if the facility is damaged or destroyed by fire or natural disaster. The contract should include the insurance that the barn owner has towards the horses, glue and possible liability to third parties. The owner of the property should consider including clauses intended to protect himself and his business from liability. It is customary for the tenant to bear the risk of loss or injury to himself, his hosts, horses and personal property. Since dogs and horses can be an ephemeral combination, it is advisable to indicate which breeds of dogs are allowed on the site, if any. Other points to consider are changes in installation, slurry management and panels. Terry White has over 30 experiences as a short story writer, news producer, editor, and senior producer for CNN…