I sent a certified Lein notice just like the statues state announcing if payment is not received by such and such a date the horses will be sold at auction. I am following the law by the book.
My question is can she come on the property to ride and see her horses? Can I lock her out until board is paid?
Why in the world would someone pay board on 6 horses and act like I am denying her right to visit them? She had her Uncle call me the other night and she is trying to bully her way around paying with one excuse after another.
According to her interpetation of the statues/law it states once the obligation of how much she ows me is met then I can't sell any of the others and they will still be on my property and I want her gone!
Does anyone know if what she states is true? Here is the paragraph she sent me;
NRS 108.550, paragraph 2, states, "The sale provided for in this section may be conducted by the person furnishing the feed, pasture, or board, or by any other person who may be designated by the lienholder. Only such number of animals will be sold as may be necessary to discharge the lien and pay the cost of the publication of notice, plus the sum of $5 to be allowed to the person making the sale."
Two of the horses have value the others don't!
She left a mutual friend a message to please buy one of her horses so she can pay her board and feed her family.
Also last month she took her mare to have her bred and wants me to give her a 5 day discount. Soon I may be stuck with 7 horses!
After this I will probably never board horses again.
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