If you are using or providing livery services, you must have an agreement in place to protect yourself if things go wrong.
A bespoke livery agreement, or livery contract, will set out the extent of the livery services together with the respective responsibilities and liabilities. It will also detail what will happen to the horse and/or equipment if livery bills are unpaid.
You will be dealing with lawyers who combine their own practical experience of the equine industry with specialist equine legal knowledge.
What happens if it goes wrong?
If you do find yourself involved in an equine dispute regarding a livery agreement, you should get specialist advice right at the outset.
Contact our team of specialist equine lawyers for a no-obligation discussion.
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