Originally Posted by freedomfoundfarm
I have also found in TN that it is "buyer beware" with horse sales and not sure how he can claim I violated the TN consumer protection act becuse I have video and vet statement and vet check too....its a man with a HIGH title in a business that has mloney to burn and wants to sue.....I seriously think this is a scam too as in his legal docs he states the horse is FOR SALE.....ummmm..how can he even attempt to sell the horse with this going on???
To be honest, I would bet any money that this is a man who USED to have money to burn and a high title. This sounds more like a desperate man who is trying to live the high life that he was accustom to and can no longer afford. A lot of wealthy people I know would have asked to return the horse, not gone out of their way to sue for an insane amount of money.
I'm no lawyer, but I would think that once you keep a record of all these documents that you have nothing to be worried about. Let this prat know that you'll be looking for your legal fees at the end, and let him go to town with this ludacris case.
I am crossing my fingers for you, but if the judge has any common sense at all, you'll be done and dusted with this in no time.