- Feb 18, 2020
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Equine law touches many different aspects of civil law: contract law, property law, personal injury among others. Equine laws varied nature requires an advocate experienced in litigation and knowledge of the law but also understands the complexities and intricacies of the equine world.
When to Hire an Equine Lawyer
- Creating or revising boarding agreements, sales agreements, lease agreements and riding release agreements
- Business planning on launching or building a riding stable
- Contract disputes
- Farm lease disputes
- Personal Injury
- Fraudulent sales or transactions
- Cease and desist letters
A knowledgeable and experienced Sanchez Curtis Law equine lawyers knows the appropriate law and are able to provide quick guidance in equine matters and help you with decision making in challenging situations.