Defendant U-Haul responded by filing a motion asking the district court to compel the applicants to clarify their claims in arbitration proceedings. U-Haul submitted that whenever a customer leases U-Haul devices, the customer enters into an agreement consisting of two documents: (1) a unilateral and signed lease agreement and (2) an endorsement. The addition contains a provision stipulating that U-Haul and the client agree to submit all disputes to binding arbitration. U-Haul asserts that the complainants entered into an agreement with U-Haul, which they submitted to this arbitration decision. How to read a U-Haul rental contract – YouTubeThis short „How to” video helps you read and understand a Uhaul rental agreement. For more information on U-Haul Do-it-yourself move and self-storage… Watch the video This agreement establishes a contract between the person (s … Advanced RV Rental Agreement This contract is a contract between the person (s) mentioned in the contract and Advanced RV Rental Rental RENTER NAME: … View this document The dataset indicates that U-Haul customers have entered into these agreements either on paper or electronically. On sites owned by independent merchants, customers would only be subject to a one-sided pre-printed lease; At first, the addendum was not displayed to customers. Customers would sign the lease on a line that basically said, „I acknowledge that I have received the terms of this lease and endorsement and that I agree with him.” 3 In light of the above under judice, we conclude that the District Court correctly held that U-Haul failed in its attempts to include the addition in the lease. U-Haul`s pre-printed leases and electronic contracts referred briefly to the addendum.
However, such a brief reference to the other document is simply not a sufficient reference to the addition to meet the correct standard. The reference to the addendum is fairly broad, without giving details to ensure that U-Haul`s customers were aware of the addendum and its terms, including the inclusion of an arbitration agreement. The lack of a detailed description is compounded by the fact that the addendum itself should instead resemble a document file, which considers filing products, services and procedures as legally binding contractual agreements. Finally, and most worryingly for the Court, the fact that U-Haul`s practice was to provide customers with a copy of the addendum only after the lease was executed.