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Product Loan Agreement for Photoshoots Contract Template

$59

Are you a photographer, videographer, stylist, event planner, product maker or someone who intends to loan out or borrow products for use in an upcoming photoshoot? If so, you will want to have a product loan agreement to outline each party’s expectations and responsibilities.

The Details

This contract template addresses:

  • What products will be provided;
  • Who will pay for shipping the products back/forth;
  • Whether the Borrowing Party must pay a deposit or leave a credit card on file in the event Products are returned damaged or not returned;
  • What the Borrowing Party must give to the Loaning Party in exchange for loaning out the products how and when the products must be returned;
  • What happens when products are damaged;
  • And much more

What's Inside
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I've been in business for a long time--too long to not have official, legal contracts. It was always on my list to do, but I just never took the time or made the investment to make it happen. Then a dreamy client asked for some changes to the project agreements I sent her, and I knew it was time to get official. I want to protect myself and my business, but even more so I want to make sure that my clients feel comfortable with the information and access they're giving me to their businesses.
Abby, Writer/Marketing Consultant
I couldn't ask for a better customer experience. I went from anxious to relieved in a matter of hours!
Allison, Consultant
I started my business last year and have taken a handful of clients through word of mouth. I’ve been fortunate enough not to have any issues, but after completing my first large scale event under my company name, I knew it was time to ‘go legit’ and make sure my clients and I are both legally covered. It gives me peace of mind to know that I can clearly communicate responsibilities and liabilities to my clients.
Jessica, Event Planner
The template has given me the confidence to book and deliver services knowing that I have properly CYA . I recently booked a client  ...  I don’t think that I would have booked her with my previous contract.
Tiffany, Wedding Planner
I decided to invest in [Your Legal BFFs] contracts because I knew that my copy and paste from the internet contracts were not up to snuff. I always had this pit in my stomach every time I booked a new client, hoping that they went call me out on my sub-par contracts. I didn’t want to find myself in a bad legal situation so something had to change.
Tiffany, Wedding Planner