Plant Hire Terms and Conditions (Business to Consumer)

Plant Hire Terms and Conditions (B2C)

TR.HIRE.05

This Plant Hire Terms and Conditions (B2C) template has been reviewed and updated for compatibility with the Consumer Rights Act 2015. It is designed for use by businesses which hire out plant and heavy equipment to individuals (not companies or businesses). It is for use only where the customer of the hire business acts as a “consumer” in relation to the plant hire.

However, where the customer of the hire business is not acting as a consumer (i.e. the customer is hiring the plant wholly or mainly for business purposes), we have provided an accompanying alternative set of terms, the Plant Hire Terms and Conditions (B2B).

“Consumer” is defined in the Consumer Rights Act 2015 as an individual who receives services for his/her personal use and for purposes wholly or mainly outside the business of that individual or another.

Detailed terms and conditions have been assembled in this document which govern key factors ranging from hire term and fees to the customer’s use and care of the hired equipment.

It is important to note that this document is not designed for use with the hire of light equipment and tools. In some cases businesses which supply a wide range of small and large equipment may require separate terms and conditions for different categories. Specific terms and conditions for use with such equipment are also available.

Optional phrases/clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.

These Plant Hire Terms and Conditions (B2C) contain the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
2. Information About the Company
3. Hire Term
4. Deposit
5. Fees and Payment
6. Collection, Delivery, Hire and Return
7. Hired Personnel
8. Use and Care of the Equipment
9. Maintenance
10. Insurance
11. Theft of Equipment
12. Liability and Indemnity
13. How we use your personal information (Data Protection)
14. Termination
15. Events Outside of the Company's Control
16. Communication and Contact Details
17. Complaints and Feedback
18. Other Important Terms
19. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

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