Articles and samples of contracts for cat breeders
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- * Breeder Cat Contract
After a pet kitten contract, the next most important contract to have is a Breeder Contract.
- Breeder Cat Contracts (Samples)
ShowCatsOnline has collected samples of several different Breeder Cat Contracts. pa/members may use them in their entirety or choose bits and pieces to incorporate into their own cattery contracts.
- * Contracts
Every breeder needs to have a simple sales contract for the protection of their kittens. What should your contract include?
- * Damages Clause In Your Kitten Contact
Ever kitten/cat contract should have a damages clause that defines exactly what will be the consequences if the buyer breaks the contract. This article describes how to word the clause and legally protect yourself and your kittens...
- * Guarantees
Should a kitten come with a guarantee? What is a reasonable guarantee? How do you "collect" on a guarantee? Learn the answers to these questions and more!
- * Kitten Back Contract
Selling a kitten with a `Kitten Back` requirement in its contract can be a win-win situation for both the Buyer and the Seller... but a detailed contract is an absolute necessity to avoid misunderstandings.
- * Kitten Deposit Contract
Many breeders like to take a deposit on a kitten from a prospective buyer. This helps them pre-sell their kittens before they are old enough to go to their new home - and sometimes even before they are born. But if you take deposits on your kittens, it is smart to also use a Kitten Deposit Contract to avoid misunderstandings. Learn what to include in your Kitten Deposit Contract...
- * Lease Contract
When leasing a cat, smart breeders have a detailed Lease Contract to prevent misunderstandings and false expectations.
- * Lease Contract (Sample)
An example of a general lease contract suitable for use by cat breeders.
- * Multi-Generational Contracts
The Multi-Generational Contract places controls, not only on the kittens produced by the purchased cat, but also places restrictions on the kittens produced by the first generation, and in some cases even the second generation of cats down from the original purchased animal. Should you sign one? Should you have one on your own kittens for sale?
- * Not In My Region
Placing restrictions on where a cat can be sold or shown is becoming commonplace in the cat fancy.
- * Pet Kitten Contract
The simplest and most basic contract the cat breeder needs is a Pet Kitten Contract.
- Pet Kitten Contracts (Samples)
ShowCatsOnline has collected samples of several different Pet Contracts. pa/members may use them in their entirety or choose bits and pieces to incorporate into their own cattery contracts.
- * Show Kitten Contract
Special conditions may be part of the Show Kitten Contract so that both Buyer and Seller understand each other`s expectations.
- * Stud Service Contract
While most catteries are `closed`, there may be circumstances under which you decide to provide a stud service to another person`s female cat.
- * Why Have A Contract?
If a kitten buyer asks why you want them to sign a contract, do you know how to answer them so as to put any of their reservations to rest?