Combined Agreement For Moving Services & Bill of Lading

 

Customer Name:                                     

Phone:                                 

Email:    

Shipper is requested to read this document carefully, including the Terms and Conditions before signing, and to ask for an explanation of anything not clear or inconsistent with any previous representations. This document confirms the shipper's understanding of the terms and conditions and services outlined herein.

Explanation=C, Packing=P, L=Loading, D=Driving, UL=Unloading, UP=Unpacking, X=Time Out

Job #:                  # of Movers:                     Date:                       Start Time:  

Valuation Charge:  

Binding Price:  

Origin Address:  

Destination Address:  

Additional Pickup Address:  

Additional Delivery Address:   

Important Information Booklet: In accordance with the rules of the Bureau of Household Goods and Services, before your move, the Mover is required to ensure you have been given the booklet, “Important Information for Persons Moving Household Goods”. You may choose not to receive a booklet from this mover if you previously received one from another source by initialing below. 

I have received the Important Information Booklet:  

Issuance of Agreement for Moving Services:

The BHGS requires that an “Agreement for Moving Services” be issued to you by the mover three days or more in advance of the move. An exception to this requirement is where or when the arrangement to move occurs on short notice (less than 3 days). You may also choose to waive this agreement entirely, at any time prior to the move.

I have either been provided with an Agreement for Moving Services in compliance with the paragraph above, or waive the requirement:  

Declaration of Items of Exceptional Value (list items, their quantity, and value):

 

Delivery Instructions: Additional charges for storage, extra handling and transportation will accrue if Goods Not accepted at destination. 

Valuation Declaration: This job is being performed with standard Valuation Declaration of $0.60/lb/article (sixty cents per pound per article.). This coverage is provided at no additional charge.  

CUSTOMER AGREES THAT TITLE TO ALL PACKING MATERIALS AND OTHER PROPERTY SOLD TO CUSTOMER PASSES TO CUSTOMER PRIOR TO THE TRANSPORTATION OF SUCH PROPERTY THE CUSTOMER BY CARRIER.  

Agreement for Service: Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

1)  Valuation Coverage & Insurance Options for Your Move:

A.  Included Coverage: Included in your Move Price--at no extra charge to you--is coverage for loss and property damage of your household goods at a maximum of 60 cents ($0.60) PER POUND PER ARTICLE. 

B.   Extended Coverage: You may elect to purchase additional valuation coverage through third party coverage providers such as Baker Insurance and MovingInsurance.com.  

2) Payment Policy: A $100 deposit is charged upon booking, which is applied to your total job price. Your credit card will automatically be charged in the morning of your move for the balance of your estimate. Shleppers Moving & Storage charges a 3.5% processing fee for all payments made by electronic payment or credit card. You may also pay with cash or other certified funds. In the event that services are rendered to you pursuant to this agreement and payment is made by you (or your authorized payor) with a credit card, you agree not to chargeback the payment with your credit card company under any circumstance and to agree to our Dispute Settlement Program. You further argree and grant that if you violate this policy, you shall be liable to Shleppers Moving & Storage for an amount equal to twice all of the costs associated with your move, plus any and all legal expenses and collection costs incurred by Shleppers to collect from you.

3) Cancellation Policy:  Customers are responsible for notifying Shleppers of any changes or cancellations at least 72 hours prior to the first schedule point of the move or your deposit will be forfeited. A cancellation is not considered valid without an email to cancellations@shleppers-ca.com. Any cancellation within 48 hours of the first schedule point will be subject to a cancellation fee of 20% of the estimated move price or $200, whichever is greater. Cancellations within 24 hours of your move are subject to a fee of 50% of the estimated move price.

4) Adjustments to the Move Price: The quote that you received is a binding price based on the items and services that you have chosen. However, if you add additional items and/or services either before or during the move, then the price is subject to change.

5) Not to Exceed:IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU ONLY AGREE TO A “NOT TO EXCEED” AMOUNT THAT YOU THINK IS A PROPER AND REASONABLE FEE FOR THE SERVICES YOU ARE REQUESTING. THE “NOT TO EXCEED” AMOUNT THIS MOVER IS REQUESTING, SHOWN ON THIS QUOTE AND AGREED TO BY YOUR ACCEPTANCE BELOW, TO PERFORM THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: PACK, LOAD, UNLOAD, AND UNPACK YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOOD, WITH STORAGE IN BETWEEN MOVING FROM YOUR ORIGIN TO YOUR DESTINATION(S) AS DESCRIBED HEREIN IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE “NOT TO EXCEED” AMOUNT LISTED OR THE DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE THE MOVERS SERVICE AT NO CHARGE TO YOU.

6) Summary of Dispute Settlement Program: We participate in a neutral arbitration program designed to give neither the carrier nor the shipper any special advantage. If a dispute arises between the carrier and the shipper Arbitration may be a mutually beneficial alternative to help resolve the dispute. Our arbitration process is a ‘desk’ arbitration so it is conducted completely by mail. The arbitration is conducted by a neutral 3rd party organization. A. Applicable costs: Each party is responsible for their own costs associated with arbitration. Each party is responsible for 50% of the costs associated with securing the arbitrator which is $300 so each half is $150 and each party is responsible for 100% of their own expenses, if any, including attorney fees if you need to hire one but it is not required. B. Legal effects: If the arbitration alternative is chosen, then any decision made by the arbitrator is binding.

7) Claims: In the event that you suffer loss or damages during your shipment, you may file a claim by contacting our customer service department. Please send your claim request to customerservice@shleppers-ca.com, or call to be assisted over the phone.

8) Integration: These Terms & Conditions contain the entire understanding and agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, and supersede any and all prior or contemporaneous promises, negotiations, representations, or agreements, whether oral or written, with respect to the subject matter hereof. No customer notes may contradict any of the terms and conditions herein, and if there are conflicts between the customer notes and the Terms & Conditions, the customer notes shall be considered invalid and shall be superseded by these Terms & Conditions. This agreement may not be modified except in writing and if signed by both parties.

9) Incidental Damage to Residential Property:  The contract and or tariff states that the carrier cannot be held liable or negligent for any damage to the interior or exterior of any residence including, but not limited to walls, floors, ceilings, landscaping, etc. This is known as incidental damage and is supported by Federal guidelines that the shipper should take reasonable precautions with their floors and walls to prevent incidental damage by the movers. It is the responsibility of the shipper not the moving company to take all necessary and prudent precautions to protect any flooring or walls that they feel may sustain damage in the ordinary course of a move.

10) Chargeback Abuse: If payment is made by credit card, you hereby agree not to do a chargeback of any payments, and to abide by the dispute resolution programs outlined below. Service complaints, shipment delays, and lost or damaged items are expressly waived as valid reasons for a chargeback. A chargeback shall be considered a breach of this agreement, and you agree to be liable for any outstanding amounts due to Shleppers Moving & Storage in addition to any collection costs the company may incur collecting any balances due, including legal fees, credit card fees, and the time of our employees and owners spent on the matter, as determined at our discretion and in good faith, but not to be less than $500. You also authorize Shleppers Moving & Storage to report your personal information to a database of chargeback abusers, which may affect your credit.

11) Storage Charges: For all long distance moves, Shleppers provides one month of free storage at one of our facilities. If you require additional storage beyond this complimentary period, you will be billed at a rate of .70 cents per cubic foot/month. Storage is due and billed on the first day of each month. Any unpaid storage balances are assessed a 5% late fee on the tenth of each month. Storage fees may be charged to the credit card on file.

12) Governing Law, Jurisdiction, & Venue: This Contract shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of California. You agree and consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the State of California for all purposes regarding this Contract and further agree and consent that the venue of any action brought hereunder shall be exclusively in the County of Los Angeles. No other venue shall be permitted under any circumstance. Shleppers shall be entitled two times all costs incurred because of breaching this clause.

13) Incidental Damage to Residential Property:  The contract and or tariff states that the carrier cannot be held liable or negligent for any damage to the interior or exterior of any residence including, but not limited to walls, floors, ceilings, landscaping, etc. This is known as incidental damage and is supported by Federal guidelines that the shipper should take reasonable precautions with their floors and walls to prevent incidental damage by the movers. It is the responsibility of the shipper, not the moving company, to take all necessary and prudent precautions to protect any flooring or walls that they feel may sustain damage in the ordinary course of a move.

14) Tariff Availability, Terms & Conditions: The Terms & Conditions contained herein are the most commonly used and referenced terms, and are not intended to be complete. Carrier’s Tariff, by reference, is made a part of this agreement and is available for inspection at the Carrier’s facility. Carrier may furnish a copy of the provisions of the tariff governing this shipment upon request.

If you request additional or different services at the time of the move, you may be asked to complete a Change Order which will set forth your agreement to pay for additional fees for those newly requested services. If you agree to the additional charges on that Change Order, those charges may be added to the “NOT TO EXCEED” amount set forth above. If you do not agree other amounts listed in the Change Order, you should not sign it and may refuse the movers’ services. A mover cannot refuse to release your goods once you have paid the “NOT TO EXCEED” amount for the transportation of your goods and personal effects and any additional services that you have agreed to in writing. The “NOT TO EXCEED” amount must be reasonable.

A mover cannot, under any circumstances, withhold food, medicine, medical services, and items to treat or assist a disabled person, or items used for a minor child. An unlicensed mover has no right to withhold your goods for any reason, including claims that you have not adequately paid for services rendered.

For additional information or to confirm whether a mover is licensed by the Public Utilities Commission, please call the Public Utilities Commission toll free at 1.800.366.4782. You are also hereby provided with a copy of CMSA's Important Information For Persons Moving Household Goods.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

The quoted rates are believed to be in accordance with the rates prescribed by the Bureau of Household Goods and Services as published in its Maximum Rate Tariff 4 and are to be applied to the number of hours involved in providing service, to the actual weight, or to the actual number of other units of measures, subject to the designated minimum provisions, unless in conflict with the rates and regulations of that tariff. Copies of the tariff are open for public inspection at the Bureau's offices in Sacramento and at the offices of the carrier shown on this document.

Unless it is specifically and clearly indicated in the Agreement For Service, the NOT TO EXCEED PRICE does not include charges for any accessorial services which may be requested and provided or for which rates are provided in Maximum Rate Tariff 4. That means that unless it is specifically and clearly stated, the NOT TO EXCEED PRICE does not include charges for service including but not limited to appliance servicing, disassembly or reassembly of articles, flight or long carry charges, rigging, hoisting, lowering or elevator charges, shuttle charges, light and bulky article charges, split pick-up and/or delivery charges, storage-in-transit or storage-in transit transportation charges from storage to point of destination, or charges resulting from a failure of shipper to accept delivery as arranged.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. LIABILITY OF THE COMPANY, CARRIER OR WAREHOUSEMAN IN POSSESSION (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE “carrier”.)
    1. PERILS ASSUMED – The carrier assumes obligation against direct physical damage or loss to the property to be moved, packed, stored, shipped, forwarded or otherwise handled from any external cause except as hereinafter excluded.
    2. The carrier shall be liable only for its failure to use ordinary care and then only in the amount of the customer's declared valuation of the goods. The burden of proving negligence or failure to use the care required by law shall be upon the customer.
    3. VALUATION
      • The terms “Declared Valuation,” “Agreed Value”, “Released Valuation” as used in various Tariffs, Laws and Regulations are intended to have the same meaning and are used herein for the purpose of fixing the limit, under all conditions, of the amount that the carrier's liability, for money damages, as rates and charges are based upon such declared and agreed value.
      • The carrier shall not be liable for more than the lesser of the following amounts:
        • The actual cash value of the goods at the time of loss, allowing for depreciation and/or obsolescence or 
        • The maximum limit of obligation stated on the bill of lading and/or storage receipt.
        • The actual costs to repair the damaged goods.
    4. All applicable terms and conditions herein shall apply to property of customers, hereafter added to storage, and also when the property is ordered out of storage or is ordered shipped or moved.
  2. MOVER LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO HOUSEHOLD GOODS IS LIMITED AS FOLLOWS AND IS REQUIRED BY ORDER OF THE THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION UNDER ITS GENERAL ORDER NO. 136 SERIES: The liability of the carrier shall be limited by the following exclusions:
    1. No liability shall be provided for the condition or flavor of perishable articles.
    2. No liability shall be provided on the following items, unless the item is specifically listed on the shipping document by description and value: bills of exchange, bonded, bullion, precious metals, currency, deeds, documents, evidence of debt, credit cards, firearms (see Note 1), money, gems, jewelry, watches, precious stones, pearls, gold, silver, or platinum articles (see Note 2), stock certificates, securities, stamp collections, stamps (postage, revenue, or trading), or letters or packets of letters.

NOTE1. Liability shall be provided for firearms legally acceptable under the Federal Gun Control Act of 1968, provided that shipper furnishes to the carrier the caliber, make, and serial number of such firearms and that such firearms are packed by carrier at shipper's expense at charges not more than those shown in Maximum Rate Tariff 4.

NOTE 2. Includes gold, silver, currencies of any kind or amount, and platinum household articles such as silverware, coffee-service sets, trays, candlesticks, and dishes.

  1. No liability shall be provided for loss or damage to articles of extraordinary value except under circumstances where each such article is specifically listed on the carrier's shipping document or inventory of the shipment and specifically designated as an article of extraordinary value and by listing the value thereof, and carrier is afforded the opportunity prior to pickup of the shipment to pack and otherwise provide adequate protection for such articles (at carrier's published charges) if the packing by shipper is determined by carrier to be inadequate protection for such article. As used herein, the term “articles of extraordinary value” refers to those articles tendered to a carrier for transportation which because of uniqueness or rarity have a value substantially in excess of the cost of newly manufactured items of substantially the same type and quality apart from such uniqueness of rarity, such as, but not limited to, musical instruments of rare quality or historical significance; original manuscripts, first editions or autograph copies of books, antique furniture, heirlooms, paintings, sculptures, and other works of art; and hobby collections and exhibits.
  2. No liability shall be provided for loss or damage caused by or resulting from:
    • An act, omission, or order of shipper, including damage or breakage resulting from improper packing by shipper.
    • Insects, moths, vermin, ordinary wear and tear, or gradual deterioration.
    • Defect or inherent vice of the article, including susceptibility to damage because of atmospheric conditions such as temperature and humidity or change therein.
    • (I) Hostile or war-like action in time of peace or war, including action in hindering, combating, or defending against an actual impending or expected attack: (A) by any government or sovereign power, or by any authority maintaining or using military, naval, or air forces; or (B) by military, naval or airforces; or (C) An agent of such government power, authority, or forces; (II) Any weapon of war employing atomic fission or radioactive force whether in time of peach or war; (III) Insurrection, rebellion, revolution, civil war, usurped power, or action taken by governmental authority in hindering, combating, or defending against such an occurrence, seizure, or destruction under quarantine or customs regulations, confiscations by order of any government or public authority, or risks of contraband, or illegal transportation or trade.
  3. No liability shall be provided for the mechanical or electrical derangements of pianos, radios, phonographs, clocks, refrigerators, television sets, automatic washers, or other instruments or appliances unless evidenced by external damage to such equipment, or unless said articles or appliances are serviced as provided in subparagraph (1) below. The carrier reserves the right to inspect these articles or appliances to determine whether they are in good working order before accepting them for shipment. Carrier assumes no liability whatsoever for returning, refocusing, or other adjustments of television set unless such services were made necessary due to carrier's negligence.
    • Upon request of shipper, owner, or consignee of the goods, carrier will, subject to subparagraph (2) below, service and unservice such articles as stoves, automatic washers and dryers at origin and destination. Such servicing and unservicing does not include removal or installation of articles secured to the premises or plumbing, electrical, or carpentry services necessary to disconnect, remove, connect, and install such articles and appliances.
    • If carrier does not possess the qualified personnel to properly service and unservice such articles or appliances, carrier, upon request of shipper or consignee or as an agent for them, shall engage third persons to perform the servicing and unservicing. When third persons are engaged by the carrier to perform any service, the carrier will not assume responsibility for their activities or conduct; amount of their charges; nor for the quality or quantity of service furnished.
    • Except in instances where prior credit has been arranged, all charges of the third persons must be paid directly by the shipper to said third person.
  4. No liability shall be provided by virtue of any loss or damage caused as a result of any strike, lockout, labor disturbance, riot, civil commotion, or any person or persons taking part in any such occurrence or disorder.
  5. No liability shall be provided for any loss or damage arising out of the breakage of china, glassware, bric-a-brac, or similar articles of a brittle or fragile nature unless packed by the carrier's employees or unless such breakage results from either the negligence of the carrier or from fire, lighting, theft, malicious damage, or by collision or overturning to the conveyance.
  6. Liability of carrier and insurance company for loss or damage shall be subject to compliance by the shipper with applicable provisions of Item 92 of Maximum Rate Tariff 4 (Claims for Loss or Damage).
    1. OWNERSHIP OF GOODS – The customer, shipper, depositor, or agent hereinafter referred to as a customer, represents and warrants that he/she is lawfully possessed of the said property and/or has the authority to authorize the transportation and/or storage of said property in accordance with the terms hereof Customer agrees to indemnify and save harmless the carrier in the event it is made a party to any litigation by reason of having said property, or any portion thereof transported and/or stored, and to pay cost of court and attorneys' fees incurred in connection therewith. The carrier's lien shall secure all such costs and expenses in addition to its transportation and/or storage charges.
    2. BUILDING-FIRE-WATCHMAN – The carrier does not represent or warrant that its buildings are fireproof or that the contents of said buildings including the said property cannot be destroyed by fire. The carrier shall not be required to maintain a watchman, and its failure to do so shall not constitute negligence.
    3. TERMS OF PAYMENT – Invoices and/or statements for transportation, first month's storage, advances and other charges are due and payable upon completion of such transportation or receipt for storage. Thereafter storage bills are payable monthly in advance. A labor charge will be made for placing the property in storage and removing for delivery or access. Payments must be by cash or certified check.
    4. GENERAL LIEN FOR CHARGES – The carrier shall have a general lien upon any and all property now or hereafter delivered to or deposited with the carrier by the Customer or the legal possessor of such property for all charges for transportation, storage, preservation of the property, and the performance of other services; also for all lawful claims for money advanced, interest, insurance, labor, weighing, coopering, wrapping and other charges in relation to such property or any part thereof; also for all charges and expenses for notice and advertisement of sale and for sale of the property where there has been a default in satisfying the carrier's lien; also for all costs incurred and allowed to be recovered as reasonable expenses under provisions of the California Commercial Code or Civil Code in collecting said charges or enforcing its lien, or defending itself in the event that it is made a party to any litigation concerning said property. In the event of sale under this paragraph the carrier may retain out of the proceeds thereof an amount sufficient to pay all unpaid charges, plus interest thereon at the legal rate per month charged monthly will be made together with costs incurred in possession and foreclosure, including attorney's fees.
    5. NOTICE AND PROOF OF LOSS OR DAMAGE – The Customer shall as soon as practical, report to the carrier, or its agent, any loss and damage which may become a claim under this agreement and shall also file with the Carrier or its agent within nine (9) months from date of loss, sworn proof of loss in accordance with Item 92 of the governing Maximum Rate Tariff 4.
  • ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS – If credit is extended by the carrier by agreeing to bill the employer or other party, and in the event that any or all the charges are not paid, the owner of the goods and/or beneficiary of the services acknowledges that he/she remains primarily liable for payment.

 

NOTICE: PLEASE INSPECT YOUR GOODS PROMPTLY. CLAIMS FOR ANY LOST OR DAMAGED GOODS MUST BE FILED WITH THE MOVER IN WRITING.

CUSTOMER REPRESENTS AND WARRANTS THAT THE PROPERTY CONSISTS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS ONLY AND THAT NO COMBUSTIBLE OR INFLAMMABLE MATERIAL IS INCLUDED.

It is agreed that this document, which includes all of the terms and conditions contained herein, shall be binding or valid, provided, however, that in case of storage in transit, the Warehouse Receipt when issued shall, unless objected to by me within Fifteen !15) days from the mailing ore receipt thereof, constitute the contract of storage between us, and provided further that in case of shipment ,including storage in transit, the Bill of Lading unless objection is made by me at time of issuance there of shall constitute the contract of shipment. All deliveries are C.O.D., unless otherwise clearly specified. 

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