Catherine Willson reviews the animal welfare legislation in Canada.
This article gives readers advice when it comes to buying a horse, explaining what a pre-purchase exam is and anything else buyers may need to know.
Without a will, the laws on “intestate succession” will apply and the court will be required to choose an administrator for your estate.
Many stable operations hire barn staff in the form of casual help to maintain and operate the barn, care for the horses, give riding lessons, and more.
How courts apportion liability in situations where dogs and horses interact negatively
Leasing a horse gives individuals an opportunity to enjoy all the pleasures of riding without the responsibility of ownership.
From holdbacks to owner liability, knowing the ins and outs of construction law can mean the difference between a successful project or a nightmare.
What are your legal rights regarding leaving a stable, breaking a horse lease, or switching trainers? Keep reading to find out.
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