Dry Hire Agreement
Our team of experienced lawyers can assist you with drafting a Dry Hire Agreement for your equipment, machinery or vehicle hire business.
Dry Hire Agreements set out the terms and conditions on which a party hires equipment, machinery or vehicles from you.
The contents of these agreements will vary depending on the products or goods being hired. Typically, they will include provisions that provide a clear description of the goods being provided, details about payment terms and other important protections and limitations specific to the situation.
Having a properly drafted Dry Hire Agreement in these contexts is important in protecting your rights, limiting your liability and avoiding unnecessary disputes, and so it’s important to seek legal assistance when preparing them.
Our business lawyers have experience drafting Dry Hire Agreements spanning a variety of industries. We have a range of fixed fee Dry Hire Agreement packages. Get started now!
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