Many people who own horses have contracts with livery stables for their care and housing which, generally speaking, cover areas such as exercise and training, veterinary care and security.
As with any contract, there can be times where the two parties fail to agree on the terms and conditions or how they have been fulfilled.
Given the substantial fees for such services, should they not be of a sufficiently high standard, the stable in question may be held in breach of contract and could be liable to pay compensation for any inadequacy of service and potential resultant losses.
In such circumstances, it pays for both sides to employ a solicitor who specialises in both contract dispute resolution and equine law, such as the team at Pearson Rowe, in order to increase the chances of a favorable outcome.
For more information on any of the high quality legal services provided by our equine law solicitors in Birmingham, please contact us.