This will have more to do with your insurance policy than with actual laws. You should be in order. These are mainly responsibility and information forms. 8. Security The Walker ensures that all keys, remote entry devices, access codes and personal data of the owner are secure and confidential and returned to the owner at the end of the term of the contract or immediately upon request. 9. Easing conditions No relaxation, leniency, waiver or unblocking of any of the rights within the meaning of this Agreement on one occasion prevents the subsequent application of those rights and is not considered to be a waiver of a subsequent violation of any of the conditions. 10. Full Agreement This dog walking contract and the owner`s fact sheet, Pet fact sheets and attached veterinary authorization form constitute the unique and comprehensive agreement between the parties regarding the purpose of this agreement, and the parties waive the right to avail themselves of so-called express or unspoken provisions that are not included in it. Any changes to this agreement must be made in writing and signed by both parties.
11. Disposal No party may surrender, delegate or cede its rights without the prior written consent of the other party, unless otherwise stated. 12. Commitment effect The terms of the contract are binding on the benefit and may be enforceable by the rights holders, legal representatives and beneficiaries of the transfer of one of the parties. The attached treaty can provide a good starting point for your negotiations. The owner and hiker should continue to discuss the terms of the agreement and clarify the issues relating to service obligations and payment. Once you have agreed on the terms of the contract and signed the attached form, you can count on an agreement to protect the interests of both parties, as well as those of the dog. A full canine hiking contract can be invaluable for protecting your dog hiking activity. Read on to learn more about why a dog walking contract is important and what you should consider, including the one you`re using. 1. Relationships and responsibilities 1.1. It is expressly considered that the owner retains the services of the walker as an independent contractor and not as an employee.
1.2. Walker undertakes to perform the services agreed with care, reliability and care, and the owner undertakes to provide all necessary information to assist in this service. 1.3. The hiker undertakes to inform the owner of any dog-related events that may be relevant to the dog`s care and well-being.