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Equine Case Law Discussion

Horse Statues and Equine Legal DiscussionHorse and equine legal considerations for horse shows, horse owners, and equestrian training activities. Horse law emanates from state regulations and from many years of equine case histories decided in the courts.

Find information devoted to equine legal issues in the horse business including liability, mounted accidents, ground accidents, equine activity, horse sales, horse leasing, contract disputes, boarding issues and even land use disputes.


Horse | Legal Forms | Contracts | Agreements

Find horse legal forms such as boarding contracts, leasing agreements, horse sales contracts and equine training agreements. Read Florida quarantine and health laws, review equine activity statutes and find equine legal resources for your legal needs.

Horse ownership and running a horse related business can involve you in surprising legal battles. It is best to be familiar with Florida horse related statues as well as equine insurance. As indicated in the many equestrian law suits that are documented here, there can be serious liability involved for horse owners and those in equine related businesses.

Horse Show Liabilities

As mentioned earlier, horses can create liabilities and horse shows are no exception. Show sponsors and show ground hosts should assure themselves that they have taken all practical safety precautions and purchased the relevant equine insurance for the show.

Dec 18, 2020
3 Ways a Business Law Attorney Can Help Your Operation
HG Legal
One of the first lessons a successful entrepreneur learns is that the first days of the business are the most important. What you do in the beginning can have repercussions throughout the life of your company. Just as in building a house, any mistakes made in laying the foundation can make the whole structure askew.
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Dec 18, 2020
Equine Appraisal: The Value of our Horses
HG Experts
You may be asking, “How do I find a qualified equine appraiser?” Even though equine appraisers are not as common as other occupations in the horse world, such as trainers, veterinarians, etc., the horse owner can find a qualified appraiser either through local organizations, horse magazines, equine internet sites, word of mouth, or by contacting the American Society of Equine Appraisers. If you have livestock other than horses, the American Society of Agricultural Appraisers is a good place to find a qualified appraiser. More info...

Dec 18, 2020
Damage Caused by Boarded Horses -- Who Pays for It?
Julie Fershtman
Broken pasture fences, broken gates, stall dividers kicked through, wash rack hoses and nozzles broken, stall walls bitten through, stall doors broken off of their hinges.

For many boarding stables, breaks and damages to the property like these are to be expected. The question is, who should pay for them? How should a boarding contract address this issue?

Certainly, boarding stable owners and managers have their own preferences about the cost of repairs. This article discusses options for boarding contracts involving repair costs for damage to the property caused by boarded horses. More info...

Dec 18, 2020
Equine Law and Horse Sense
Julie Fershtman

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