Terms for a scaffolding and shuttering hire business

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Standard, non negotiable terms and conditions for any business which hires out shuttering and scaffolding equipment to other businesses
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Generally, it is the construction contractors who hire shuttering and scaffolding equipment from a shuttering equipment supplier. The contractor is therefore subject to the hirer’s strict terms and conditions. This agreement however, is fair to both parties and protects the interests of both.

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  • Ready for adaptation to particular needs of either or both parties;
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  • Real law in simple English.

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  • Contractor’s responsibilities;
  • Lessor’s tariff charges and payment terms;
  • Appropriate legal provisions: warranties, exclusions, indemnities;
  • Restrictive covenants;
  • Limitation of liability;
  • Transportation charges and responsibilities;
  • Provision for taxation;
  • Security deposit.
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