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EQUINE LAW THE 4 MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is Equine Law?
“Equine law is a specialty within the legal profession that focuses on the contracts, agreements, finances, and common disputes that are unique to horse owners and horse breeders.” - CATANESE & WELLS
Helps horse owners: Protect their investment Examine contracts Examine bills Avoid liability Win lawsuits (where needed)
2. Am I Required to Have an Equine Lawyer?
No, but it is recommended if if you're a horse owner who buys, leases, sells, breeds, or cares for another owner's animals. In California, a written bill of sale is required Having an equine lawyer could make this process simpler.
3. Can Any Lawyer Handle This?
It’s possible, but without an equine lawyer you will face distinct disadvantages. An equine lawyer will be familiar with unique cases and aware of important clauses and inclusions.
4. What About Other Issues? (Real Estate, Taxes, etc.)
In regards to horse ranches and operations, an equine attorney will be knowledgeable in of tax codes, finances, and real estate matters.
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