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Understanding Equine Law  
Author: Milton C. Toby
ISBN: 1581500378
Format: Handover
Publish Date: June, 2005
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Book Description
Can a boarding farm sell a boarder's horse to satisfy a delinquent bill? Will the posting of signs that indicate potential hazards reduce a farm owner's liability if an injury occurs? Understanding Equine Law is an indispensable guide for anyone involved with horses. Covers a broad range of topics from boarding contracts to depreciation and deduction considerations to liability issues and estate planning.

About the Author
Milton C. Toby, J.D., and Karen L. Perch, Ph.D.,J.D., are partners in Perch & Toby, a law firm based in Lexington, Kentucky. Toby has enjoyed a lifelong involvement with horses, as an exhibitor of American Saddlebreds; as a competitor in hunter, combined training, and dressage events; as a steward for the American Horse Shows Association; as a director of the Kentucky Horse Council; as a journalist; and as a photographer. He also is the author of Col. Sager, Practitioner, which recounts the experiences of the late Col. Floyd Sager, one of the country's most prominent equine veterinarians. Perch has extensive experience as a financial planner and counselor, and in estate planning, estate tax, and probate matters. She has authored numberous publications in those areas, and has appeared frequently as a guest on local television and radio programs. She also served on a United States Department of Agriculture-sponsored, multi-state research project involving farm family finances.

Understanding Equine Law


Although equine law does not exist as a separate legal specialty, it contains under its broad umbrella contract and liability issues in addition to tax questions. This book examines these areas and provides basic information for horse owners and those with equine businesses. Milton C. Toby, J.D., and Karen L. Perch, J.D., are partners in the law firm of Perch & Toby. They live in Lexington, Kentucky.


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