This set of plant and equipment leases should enable any business to hire or lend spare vehicles, equipment and plant to any other business regularly - or to consumers infrequently - on a short term or long term basis. The basic structure of each is similar. The main differences are in the commercial detail, making each one easy to adapt for any particular piece of plant or equipment. Please note that these leases do not comply with the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and so are not suitable for businesses who are in the business of leasing equipment to consumers.
Plant and equipment leases
This machine lease agreement can be used to let heavy plant and machinery to another business. This agreement has been drawn to protect the lessor and his asset - the machine. This lease is a comprehensive, flexible document suitable for any type of machine or construction plant such as a crane, a cherry picker, a dumper truck or a forklift. This agreement is suitable for both long and short term leases.
This lease can be used to let or lease out spare office equipment, furniture, machines or almost anything else, to another business. It is perfect for use if a director or shareholder lends to his own business, a professional leasing business renting on a commercial basis, a business that wants to make good use of spare equipment, or as an inter-company record within a group of companies.
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