Originally Posted by riccil0ve
If there was no contract for "you don't have to pay board if you let us use your horse," I would assume they can say you never paid board and put a lien on your horse. Legally speaking, with no proof otherwise, it's possible.
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That is exactly what I was thinking.
For future reference... A contract serves both sides. If they do not offer a contract then you write one out on a piece of toilet paper with the dry erase marker from the white board.
This might be a situation where it makes sense to remove your horses, then hand over notice with your final month board payment (including board for the horse that they used since they will not be using the horse so you do owe board on it).