Originally Posted by iridehorses
Things like that need to have been brought up before money changed hands. I've seen horses sell for a real cheap price with no papers but a higher price if papers were included. Seems ridiculous to me but apparently not to the seller for whatever reason.
Just as an FYI for my Canadian neighbors:
This is actually illegal in Canada - Alberta at least. If an animal is advertised as registered, the papers must go with, and there cannot be a price differential with or without papers. Just in case anyone is ever in this position.. Posted via Mobile Device