Practical Horse Law. A Guide for Owners and Riders

  • ID: 2221491
  • Book
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Litigation concerning accidents involving horses, purchases of horses and negligence of owners and riders is increasing. Horseriding is a dangerous sport, horses are valuable animals, and owners and riders need to be aware of all the legal pitfalls.

Brenda Gilligan is not only a keen horseowner but a solicitor specialising in cases involving horses. Practical Law for Horseowners and Riders is a user–friendly, easily accessible book which sets out the essentials and avoids unnecessary details.

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Getting interested: Riding lessons and what to look for in a school; Deciding to get a horse: Loan or buy? Private purchase, auction or commercial dealer – how your rights and remedies differ, Vetting procedure – what are the vet′s responsibilities and what aren′t; Insurance rights and duties; Buying equipment; Keeping your horse somewhere – livery yard or home?; Stables at home; The horse as road traffic; Going to shows; Loan arrangements; Breeding from your horse: Stud arrangements; Artificial insemination contracts; Horse businesses; Criminal law: Theft, cruelty to horses, road offences, public order of offences; Veterinary/farrier negligence; Disposing of your horse
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