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
Compliant with the latest law
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About this document

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.

Application and features

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


  • 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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