Dave Ballard

Brass and Woodwind Specialist

27 Albany Road, Newport, Isle of Wight,
PO30 5JA, UK
01983 529903

Instrument rental programme

Print out this page TWICE. 
Sign and send one copy to Dave Ballard and sign and keep the other.

(hire agreement regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974)

Name ("The Dealer")
Dave Ballard
27 Albany Road
Newport
Isle of Wight
UK
PO30 5JA
01983 529903
Name and Address ("The Hirer")


Tel No

Serial Number Instrument
Purchase price Advance Payment Balance Due
The advance payment shall be made on the date of this Agreement.  The Balance Due, the amount of the hire payment other than the advance payment, shall be made on the last day of the said minimum period of three months.  Please read our terms and conditions which appear below
Dealer Signature This is a hire agreement regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974.  Sign it if you want to be legally bound by its terms.  Under this agreement the goods do not become your property and you must not sell them.
Date of issue Signature of hirer
Date of return Witness signature
Address of witness

 

Terms and Conditions

  1. The Dealer will Let and Hirer will hire the instrument, particulars of which are set out above (the Instrument).

  2. The Hirer will pay to the Dealer on signing hereof the Advance Payment shown in the financial and related particulars and, unless the hiring under the Agreement is terminated at the end of the first three months beginning with the date of this Agreement, in accordance with Condition 4, below, the Hirer will pay to the Dealer on the last day of the said period of three months the Payment shown in the financial and related particulars

  3. During the continuance of the Agreement
    (a) the instrument remains the property of the Dealer and the Hirer shall not sell or offer for sale, assign, mortgage, pledge, lend or otherwise deal with or part with possession of the instrument and shall take all reasonable precautions to safeguard the instrument.
    (b) the Hirer must give immediate notice in writing to the Dealer of any loss or damage to the instrument, failing which the Hirer will be held responsible therefore.

  4. The Hirer may terminate the hiring under this Agreement at the first three months by giving prior written notice to the Dealer at the Dealer's address.  The Dealer may, subject to the provisions of the Consumer Credit Act 1974, terminate the hiring under this Agreement.
    (a) at the end of the first three months upon giving not less than seven days' notice in writing to the Hirer or
    (b) at any time if the Hirer shall be in breach of the Hirer's obligations under this Agreement.
    If not previously terminated by either party, the hiring under this Agreement shall automatically terminate at the expiration of a period of six months beginning at the date of this Agreement.  Upon any termination, the instrument shall be returned to the Dealer at the address given above in the same condition as at the commencement of the hire (fair wear and tear excepted)

  5. Termination of the hiring under this Agreement shall not affect the rights of the Dealer to recover damages in respect of any breach by the Hirer of the terms of this Agreement.

  6. The Hirer shall not employ any person other than the Dealer to carry out work on the instrument without the prior written permission of the Dealer and will return the instrument to the Dealer for all adjustments, maintenances and repairs.

  7. This is not a hire purchase agreement.

  8. Any warranty condition or obligation whatsoever (whether express or implied) as to the description, quality, or fitness for purpose of the instrument or otherwise is hereby excluded other than:
    (a) to the extent that such warranty or condition is incorporated in writing into this Agreement or
    (b) the Hirer's rights under Section 6-10 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 to the extent that such right may not be excluded by reasons of the application of Section 7 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 to this Agreement.  The Hirer's statutory rights as a consumer are not affected.

Important - you should read this carefully
Your rights

The Consumer Act covers this Agreement and lays down certain requirements for your protection which must be satisfied when the Agreement is made.  If they are not, the owner cannot enforce the Agreement against you without a court order.

If you would like to know more about the protection and remedies provided under the Act, you should contact either your local Trading Standards Department or your nearest Citizen's Advice Bureau.

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