A woman going thru a divorce left her 6 horses, horse trailer, all of her tack, a utility trailer, and portable stalls with me on my property with the hand shake deal of 100.00 a month and SHE would take care of her horses, vet bills, farrier, and any medications given and feeding.
She paid 1 month in feb. 2018 and came out a handful of times to check on her horses. She explained to me that she was unable to pay me due to having no money. I told her that she could pay me back pay whenever she was able to. She hasn’t been seen by me since April 2018. Her first and last 100.00 payment was given in Feb.2018.
She had a motorcycle accident and has been in hospital since June 2018.
What are my rights?
Report the abondonment to animal control, to protect you, the horses, and start the process whereby the horses will be put "in process" for lawful ownership.
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