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    01-31-2011, 09:49 PM
  #51
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Originally Posted by Snookeys    
Wow! What a debacle... I'm so glad your horse is out of there. He sounds like a downright spiteful man. Did no one else think it was awful that he said "I don't want you here any more than you want to be here"?
Haha.. I thought that was pretty rude, too. His girlfriend shared a few choice words with my dad as well. It's funny, they had no argument, so they decided to take shots at me. It was weird. I'm 20 years old. They know that. They didn't have a legitimate case, so they kept commenting on my age like "I will lower the fee from $225 to $175 given Jessica's lack of life experience and emotional decision to move her horse (what?)" or "you can either pay us and take us to court if you are unsatisfied or pay us and allow Jessica to learn a life lesson about responsibility and not to frivolously make decisions on a whim to move her horse" ..... ???? First of all, I'm not 12. I'm an adult. Second of all, nothing about my decision to move my horse was emotional or frivolous. It may have seemed sudden to him, but last time I checked (sorry for the sarcasm but I really hate this guy!!) I don't have to give my BO a play by play of what's going on in my life. All I have to do is give him notice.

Some people!
     
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    02-02-2011, 05:14 PM
  #52
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I wish I had seen this thread when it was first posted! On the 15th of January I gave my 30 days notice and came into the exact same problem as you (minus the rudeness of the BO, but they said I would owe them for the whole month of February). Their contract just stated "30 Days Notice" and did not say it had to be from the 1st of the month. Luckily for me, I found someone to replace me right away and therefore the extra I "owed" them was waived - however if it hadn't been I was so ready to fight them as they had nothing to stand on!

Unfortunately for me my parents disagreed with me, claiming it was just "common sense" to give it on the first of the month...

Anyways, glad to see everything worked out for you!
     
    02-03-2011, 04:22 PM
  #53
Foal
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Originally Posted by Carleen    
I wish I had seen this thread when it was first posted! On the 15th of January I gave my 30 days notice and came into the exact same problem as you (minus the rudeness of the BO, but they said I would owe them for the whole month of February). Their contract just stated "30 Days Notice" and did not say it had to be from the 1st of the month. Luckily for me, I found someone to replace me right away and therefore the extra I "owed" them was waived - however if it hadn't been I was so ready to fight them as they had nothing to stand on!

Unfortunately for me my parents disagreed with me, claiming it was just "common sense" to give it on the first of the month...

Anyways, glad to see everything worked out for you!

Oh no I'm sorry!! But it's good to hear you fixed it :)
     
    02-03-2011, 04:30 PM
  #54
Foal
Sounds to me like your BO was upset you were leaving, and wanted you to stay!
I'm glad your out of there though. The way he handled the situation wasn't the best, and he shouldn't of been saying that you lack life experience. Geesh. Some people!

Emily
     
    02-03-2011, 05:07 PM
  #55
Foal
Haha I know dude he was totally handling the situation way imature.. can't believe he was sayingthose things about you when he was the one acting like a child!! Glad you got her out of there for sure.. an if he does take you to court will those witness come forth on your side? I wonder how many boarders left after you did if they seen the demon that came out of him!!! If I had seen your situation I woulda gave my 30 days right then an there!
     
    02-03-2011, 05:34 PM
  #56
Foal
Oh of course they will come forth on my side! The witnesses were my family and my boyfriend. Hahah and I don't know, the only boarders that know about what happened were the nice girl who helped me lead her out of the pasture because I was so scared that Lilly wouldn't even come with me, and that girl's mom. My dad told them everything and her mom was like "Oh no, what am I going to do? I have all of my horses here!!" she sounded like she wanted to leave but didn't know how after hearing how hard he made it on me with just ONE horse. Crazy!! I am still so amazed by all of your guys' support, you are wonderful!! :)
     
    02-04-2011, 08:39 AM
  #57
Banned
Do you not have any witnesses that are not family? People who would not stick up for you because they love you are always better witnesses.
     
    02-04-2011, 09:07 AM
  #58
Foal
I bet they don't even take you to court,but your delema has made me change my boarding contract to specify "from the 1st of the month" Thanks!!!!
     
    02-04-2011, 04:16 PM
  #59
Foal
Good thinking DWStables! :)

I think the girl who helped me bring her in and her mom were witnesses but I'm not sure, my dad took care of that part while I loaded Lilly into the trailer. I trust him though, he works with attorneys all the time so I don't think he'd make a silly mistake :)
     

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