Before you rent out a bicycle, it is important to have your customers read and sign a comprehensive rental agreement.
This type of agreement serves several important functions. First, it ensures that both parties understand what is to be expected from the rental, what sort of risks or dangers may be inherent, and what kind of behavior will be expected. Second, it limits the liability of the company renting the bicycle, preventing the renter from filing a claim against that company in the event an injury or injuries occur during the use of the bicycle.
It also protects the company against suits by third parties that are injured by renter’s use of the bicycle, requiring the renter to indemnify the company for any damages or losses resulting from such an eventuality.
This kit includes tools and instructions to assist you in preparing a bicycle rental agreement. The agreement includes a release and waiver of claims and an indemnification provision.
This attorney-prepared packet contains 1) Information on Bicycle Rental Agreement and Release; and 2) Bicycle Rental Agreement and Release form.
Among others, this form includes the following provisions:
* Assumption of Risk
* Acceptable Use
* Prohibited Activities
* Unsafe Use
* Condition of Bike Upon Return
* Late Return
This Bicycle Rental Agreement & Release form is professionally formatted, prepared by a top attorney, can be easily modified, downloaded instantly, includes free customer support, and is backed by our 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.
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