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        12-28-2008, 03:56 PM
    Originally Posted by appylover31803    
    We're not going through with any legal things with Gem's previous owners. To us it's not worth the time or money because we have Gem and are healing him up.
    He's already made tons of improvements and with each farrier visit is getting better and better.

    It just sucks that we went through this, but I'm actually happy we did. It has taught me a lot.
    Happy to see someone who is grateful for the great horse that they have. I've spend the better part of my day listening to people complain about the most ridiculous things and it's nice to see someone being so positive. You are very fortunate to have such a great horse and he is one lucky horse to have you as mom. Those are some of the great gifts of life and brightens my day up.
    Take Care :)
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        01-01-2009, 06:51 AM
    Usually it is buyer beware. The general rule is assume nothing. If in a written advertisement or sales contract they made statements which you are able to dispute and reasonably prove as being false you have some support to your claim. They said or didn't say is pretty worthless. However, you can pursue in small claims if your financial claim meets the guidelines and you don't go with an attorney.
    You can also check into "lemon law" regs in your region.

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