Inventory Sheets Used By Moving Companies
Inventory sheets represent all of the items that you plan on
having moved. The mover notes the condition at origin of each
of your items. All pre-existing conditions of your furniture,
however minor, are indicated for the mover's protection.
The movers are not liable for the boxes that you packed yourself.
They cannot verify the contents of the boxes. However, each
box is numbered as part of your shipment and the origin condition
of each box is noted.
The mover will write up your inventory sheet on the day of
your move so accompany him as he makes his notations of your
furniture. If you do not agree with what he writes, discuss
it with him first. Remember that no furniture is pristine.
If you strongly object, contact the moving company.
Don't sign anything until you are in full agreement with
what is written. This sheet may help support any damage claims
that you may file.
You will be provided with a copy of the inventory sheet.
You should use it when you receive your items at your new
place. It will help you verify that all of your items have
|Terms found on mover's inventory sheets:
|| Contents & condition unknown
|| Moth eaten
|| 18. Door
|| Badly worn
|How the indications appear on the
|1 Coffee Table
||5, 6, CH, 10, SC
|(this means that the left leg of the table
is chipped and the top is scratched)
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