Okay, a friend of mine (lets call her Liz) rescued a horse two years ago. She then was "co-owning" him with another friend of hers (well call them Phil). They each alternated months that they would pay for his care. Well, they got on bad terms with each other and Phil has been paying for him for a few months since they're not on speaking terms. Phil is trying to sell this horse when the original arrangement was that he was to come back to Liz if he could no longer provide for him. There are no legal papers saying that Phil owns him but Liz has the bill of sale from the original rescue.
Liz desperately wants her horse back, but thinks that possession is 9/10ths of the law and there is no way she could get him back without a struggle especially since Phil has already found a potential buyer. I have no idea what legally should happen.
Anyone else have a clue? It would be much appreciated!
(and yes. I know neither of them were smart for getting into the situation they did. I don't approve of it. Liz should have taken her horse back right when they got into their argument and not waited this long. But you can't tell people what to do, now can you? :roll:)