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Conditions of Hire
 

1. The plant material listed shall remain in the ownership of and is the property of Prestige Plants and the hirer will not hire, lend, sell or in any other way part with the possession of the plant material.

2. The deposit paid (if any) shall be refunded to the hirer in full upon the return of the hired plant material.

3. The hirer shall indemnify Prestige Plants in respect of all claims by any person whatsoever for damage to property and/or injury to persons caused by or in connection with or arising out of the use of the hired plant material and in respect of all costs and charges in connection therewith.

4. The hire shall commence at the time of collection/delivery and shall continue until the hired plant material is returned to Prestige Plants.

5. The cost of any item of hired plant material, which is not returned to Prestige Plants, will be charged to the hirer at the current published list prices. Hire charges will be payable up to the time that Prestige Plants replaces the plant material concerned.

6. The hired plant material shall be returned in the same condition it was supplied. If it is not returned in such condition, a reasonable charge for remedial work will be made.

7. Charges for delivery and collection are not included in the hire charge.

8. For purpose of hire a week is deemed to be 7 consecutive days.

9. For hire periods longer than 2 days, the hirer will be responsible for following the care guide instructions used by Prestige Plants unless a maintenance contract has been agreed with Prestige Plants.

10. Prestige Plants reserves the right to inspect the hired plant material at any time.

11. A change of location of the hired plant material is not permitted, without the prior consent of Prestige Plants.

12. Signing of this agreement indicates
a) acceptance by the hirer that the plant material is healthy and is not damaged in any way and
b) acceptance of these conditions of hire.

CARE GUIDE

Watering
Roots require a balance of air and water, too much or too little water causes the plant stress. It is important not to allow the compost to dry out and ensure that the roots do not become waterlogged.

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