How can i repossess 6 horse that has impounded for no legal reason. Impounded by animal shelter not seized.

Asked over 1 year ago - Los Angeles, CA

while someone was at the ranch the animal shelter impounded 6 horses for trespassing. A court agreement was done allowing the horses to be on the property. The land lord called the shelter and told them to get them off the property against the court agreement. a so called non profit horse rescue assisted in getting the horses out, the fees were reduced from 325 to 25 per horse this and transporting the horses 400.00 total was paid by owner a verbal agreement was made with the horse rescuer that the horses were to be signed back over to the owner when same acquired a suitable location for the 6 horses. the owner brought to the rescuer 6 blankets, halters and 5 bails of hay 100 lbs of grain feed for the horses the rescuer put the horse up for sale and locked out the owners after 5 days

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  1. Neil Pedersen

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    Answered . You need to hire an attorney. There are complicated legal actions that can be brought to legally force the return of property that has been wrongfully taken (called replevin) You need to act quickly.

    Good luck to you.

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  2. Alan James Brinkmeier

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    Answered . Work within the court process. Do not use self help. Hire counsel and advocate your position.

  3. Laura Mcfarland-Taylor

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    Answered . You need a lawyer - this is not a self-help situation. Your state and local bar associations can give you a referral.

    If we do not have a signed fee agreement I am not your attorney and this is not legal advice.

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