- Contracts are required for all Park amenities.
- The first payment requires one month’s payment and a security deposit of equal amount. Payments are then due on the first of each month.
- We allow a 10-day grace period after which a $10.00 late fee is added per amenity.
- Security deposit refunds are made after clients have moved out and stalls have been inspected for damage and cleaning. Checks are mailed to the client.
- No partial payments will be taken; all payments must be made in full.
- When a payment is 20 days late, boarders will be sent an invoice indicating late fees and current amount owed.
- If payment is not made within 15 days after the late notice is sent, boarders will be evicted from the Park, animals impounded and the paperwork forwarded to collections.
- Pursuant to the Animal Boarding and Stall Rental/Permit Agreement, the boarder will be responsible for attorney and collection fees. (Salt Lake County Equestrian Park reserves the right to impound animals and equipment for public auction to recover late payments and prior debt.)
- If boarders make changes to their stall assignment during the first half (one to six months) of their lease, there will be a $100 administration fee (per item) payable prior to stall re-assignment.
- If boarders make changes to their stall assignment during the second half (seven to 12 months) of their lease, there will be a $50 administration fee (per item) payable prior to stall re-assignment.
- The above-mentioned fees are not charged if the boarder is adding additional stalls, tack, shaving bin or trailer space.
- No fee is charged if a boarder wishes to drop any item from their contract. Boarder is required to provide two weeks’ notice (form is in the office). If no notice is given, boarder will be charged two weeks from the time management discovers the move-out.
- If an animal is left in an unassigned stall, the owner will be charged a $75 fee per stall (additional fees may be assessed), payable prior to releasing the animal.
LIENS AND COLLECTION COSTS
Boarders will grant the Equestrian Park a first lien against personal property in the Park. The Park will have the right to impound property, including any horses, if fees have not been paid 30 days after invoicing. The Park will then have the right to sell any impounded property at public auction, and apply the cash proceeds from the auction to the remainder of unpaid charges. The boarder agrees to pay any and all costs of collections, including attorney fees.
SALE OF HORSES
Occasionally, the Equestrian Park will be forced to take ownership of horses because their owners have failed to comply with their lease agreements. Horses will be sold to the highest bidder who the Equestrian Park deems to be qualified and responsible. All sales must be in cash. Purchase of a horse does not guarantee boarding at the Equestrian Park.
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