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Equine Law

Buying a horse? Know your legal rights

Buying a horse is a serious investment and often an emotional one too – so making sure you know your legal rights is important and that you are clear who you are entering into a contract with, as a... Read full article

Horse riding accident on the road – can you take legal action?

The number of road accidents involving horses and their riders is now disturbingly high – as the latest statistics from the British Horse Society (BHS) reveal. In the last five years there have... Read full article

Can you prove you loaned your horse and didn’t give it away?

With the current economic climate looking gloomy, for many people loaning out their beloved horse or pony is the only way to keep them in their ownership and thus avoid a sale. Many loans are agreed... Read full article

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