Originally Posted by tigggr1570
long story short, my horse is literally being padlocked in a stall to keep me from getting him. She had been informed I would bringing my horses home this month as I was planning on getting my fixed fixed and then she informed me she was keeping one of my horses.
The stable is claiming I owe the 10,000 in back boarding fees/training for a time period my horse wasn't even on her property and for training I never hired her for.
There is a lot to the story I won't go into here, including financial reasons she is trying to steal my horse.
I have receipts showing I have paid my bill every month during the time my horse was at her property and I have documents showing me as owner.
I have been told of a statute in the state of Kansas that does not allow for a stable to keep your horse hostage for ransom, even if you owe them money and have a lien on it, but I can't find it. Does anyone know what it is?
I filed a law suit today to get him back, but I would like to know the statute if possible as it will help me faster than the court.
She gave me my other horse that she doesn't like, she doesn't like arabs and he is arab, she paid me for a horse trailer that she bought from me after the time period she claims I owe her money for. (I had to ask for the money after 2 years of non-payment. If I owed her 10,000 for past board, why would she have paid me or gave me my other horse?)
Anyway, does anyone know of the statute I am talking about?
I just googled agisters laws Kansas and found a lot of info. There is notice by registered mail required, etc. and horses must be sold at public auction. I've seen so many BO lately with the I have your horse now what are you going to do about it. I'd also call Legal Aid in your area and talk to an attorney. Written contract or verbal, a BO is still bound by state statutes. Posted via Mobile Device