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I purchased a horse with a right of first refusal in the contract. It stated that I had to send a certified letter to the previous owner and that they had 7 days to respond. No one was home when the letter arrived and it is now sitting at the post office. What if they don't pick it up? Does anyone know my responsibility then?
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I am thinking of selling the horse so am honoring the right of first refusal by sending them the certified letter and giving them a chance to purchase him back. I was just wondering how obligated I was to make sure they receive the letter. Thanks for sharing that I'm not legally obligated and even though I do want to give them the chance to buy him back I don't want to have to keep pursuing them if they don't pick the letter up or don't respond.
Thank-you so much for the reply.
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