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About this document
You have a house not occupied by you or your family for various reasons including posting abroad or in a different city. You decide not to rent the house to a tenant but wish the same to be taken care of and maintained by a Caretaker – professional or otherwise. The terms and conditions that we have designed for entering into an agreement with a Caretaker may help you to get the Caretaker perform the necessary role and not deviate from the agreed terms. Get the Caretaker to sign this agreement to firm up a secure arrangement. The details of execution have also been provided in the explanatory notes that accompany the document. The document, as a matter of fact has been designed to protect the interests of both the parties – the owner and the Caretaker.
Who will use this document?
- Any owner of the house - arranging terms with a Caretaker – professional or otherwise;
- A Caretaker arranging terms with the owner of a house property.
Application and features
- Ready for adaptation to particular needs of either or both parties;
- Real law in plain and simple user friendly language;
- Detailed explanatory notes make it easier to understand the legalities involved;
- Appropriate legal provisions, warranties and exclusions.
- Obligations of the parties;
- Caretaker’s fees and payment thereof;
- Duration and Termination;
- Dispute Resolution;
- Owner’s obligations;
- Status of parties.
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