Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
I have a event equipment rental company, and wish to get some help with the setup of terms & conditions for the customer to sign by when they pick up the equipment.
My current RENTAL CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS.Orders are for 1 day only, and must be returned before 10h00 the next morning,Weekend order is from Saturday to Monday and must be in before 10h00 otherwise you pay for another day.Order and quotation is only for one day, if you only return it after 2 days, you pay for 2 days.50% deposit is payable immediately, which serves as confirmation of order.CASH ON DELIVERY / RECEIPT.If paying via the internet, please send proof of payment to ***BLOCKED-EMAIL-ADDRESS*** or WhatsApp 0818796715 with your name and Surname and Invoice number as reference.Please note that the full deposit will be forfeited if order is cancelled at short notice.An additional damage fee is payable if items are not returned in the same condition.If item is lost or not returned, the replacement value of items will be claimed from You.Customer is fully liable for any replacement costs of damaged items.If the customer cannot assist with the return of items, (You still bear the responsibility),and you the customer will be notified within 2 hours of any absence / damage to accessories.All prices are subject to changing item costs.Any additional miscellaneous expenses are added to final invoice.Please check the order upon receipt and report any damages.All crockery: 50% of rent is payable if returned unwashed.Linen may not be washed by the customer under any circumstances.If candle grease or red wine/cherry has been spilled on linen, 100% of rental costs will be charged as a cleaning feeasked for it.* Please note Company Cancellation Policy and Terms & Conditions apply.* Thank you from Event Planet - You Dream it, We Plan It.
081 879 6715
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Your terms and conditions look okay. Is there something specific in the T&C that you would like me to look at?