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        06-14-2012, 09:28 AM
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    It seems to me, even though I have a very small idea about any law, that since she has the reciept of the horse's purchase and the man is ordering for agistment then it makes well clear that the horse is hers and not his. If it were his horse, he wouldn't be asking for an agistment payment.
    I think that I, personally, would just gather my horse and belongings with police present, and pay the $625. I have a feeling that if it's forced to court, it'll cost a whole hell of a lot more than the $625 he's asking for. But, I'm not saying that you should do that..because I'm not familiar with law.
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        07-02-2012, 11:11 AM
    Everything got thrown in our face, the horse has been further sold on and the only way to get it apparently is threw civil courts
        07-02-2012, 11:22 AM
    The only thing your friend might be able to recover would be cash value, and not the animal itself.

    Had she gone to an attorney or the courts back when all this started, she may have been able to get the horse back. Since she didn't, she's pretty much SOL.

    Always the same story; nothing in writing, and then people get mad when the police can't do anything.

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