The Complete Equine Legal & Buisness Handbook
Legal Insights and Practical Tips for a Successful Horse Business
- Do horses and other animals have "rights?"
- Can a boarding farm owner sell a boarder's horse to satisfy a delinquent bill?
- Are corporations or partnerships more suitable to certain kinds of equine businesses?
- Will posting signs regarding potential hazards reduce a farm owner's liability in the event of an injury?
- Does the IRS view horse ownership as a business or a hobby?
- What makes a contract a legally binding agreement?
These question and many more are answered in The Complete Equine Legal & Business Handbook, an essential guide for anyone in the horse business. The book is used as a text in undergraduate business-oriented equine law courses at several universities and colleges, including the University of Louisville's Equine Business program.
"The Handbook's writing is clear and concise while presenting the reader with the technical points." Chronicle of the Horse
- Chapter 1—Animals as Property
- Chapter 2—Disputes
- Chapter 3—Ownership
- Chapter 4—Records and Accounting
- Chapter 5—Contracts
- Chapter 6—Liens and Security Interests
- Chapter 7—Liability
- Chapter 8—Insurance
- Chapter 9—Sales
- Chapter 10—Agency
- Chapter 11—Taxes
- Chapter 12—Employment
- Chapter 13—Estate Planning