Rental Agreement Terms and Conditions

The person signing as the applicant of the Rental agreement must be 18 years of age or over and will be legally bound by its Terms & Conditions regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
By signing an agreement you the applicant will enter into a fixed period Rental contract (as stated on the agreement) which you will be liable to pay any outstanding arrears of moneys owed if at any time you breach this contract.
The equipment you are renting remains the property of the lender (FIRST CALL APPLIANCES LTD) at all times.

The lender takes full responsibility for any technical breakdowns you may experience with the rented equipment within the stated term of this agreement.
The lender of the equipment does not permit you the applicant to: Sell, Rent, Pawn or dispose of any of the equipment including any accessories which are being rented under this agreement.
The lender reserves the right to inspect the equipment on rent at any time during the agreement period.
The applicant is expected to keep the rented equipment clean and in a reasonable maintained condition.
Payments made by you to your Rental account must always be paid on time at the stated date over leaf by the payment means you indicated on the agreement.
Failure to meet these conditions will put your contract in jeopardy and possibly cause the lender to terminate this agreement for breach of contract.
You the applicant will be fully responsible for any type of damage or loss made to any of the equipment whilst on rent. The applicant will be liable to pay for any repairs needed to be carried out for damages. If the equipment is beyond economical repair the applicant will be liable to pay for replacement of the damaged or lost equipment. The total replacement cost of the equipment would be determined at that time.
The equipment maybe used by a third party person(s) with the applicants permission but may NOT be removed from the premises stated on the agreement set out overleaf.
The lender reserves the right to terminate the rental contract and withdraw all equipment from the Applicant without prior written notice at any given time during the term of this Agreement.
The lender is not responsible for any financial liabilities which occur from the usage of the rented equipment.

You should read this carefully
The Consumer Credit Act 1974 covers the agreement and lays down certain requirements for your protection which must be satisfied when the agreement is made. If they are not. We cannot enforce the agreement without a court order.
The Act also gives you a number of rights. You have a right to settle this agreement at any time by giving notice in writing and paying off all amounts payable under the agreement. If you are unsatisfied with the goods or services supplied to you under this agreement you may have a right to sue the supplier, us or both. Similarly, if the Contract is not fulfilled, perhaps because the supplier has gone out of business, you may still be able to sue us.
If you would like to know more about the protection and remedies provided under the Act, you should contact either your local Trading Standards Department or your nearest Citizens Advise Bureau.
Late Payments
If at any time during the contract period you are unable to pay on the date agreed, the applicant will be liable for Late Payment Charges:
Standing Order Non Payment £15.00
Returned Cheques £10.00 Bank Charges
Plus £5.00 per week overdue