Behavior Disclosures When Selling a Horse

When do you need to tell a buyer about a horse’s past negative behaviors? Find out from attorney Rachel Kosmal McCart.
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When do you need to tell a buyer about a horse’s past negative behaviors? Find out from attorney Rachel Kosmal McCart.When do you need to tell a buyer about a horse’s past negative behaviors? Find out from attorney Rachel Kosmal McCart.10/23/2017 14:00

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Rachel Kosmal McCart is the founder and principal attorney of Equine Legal Solutions, PC (ELS), an equine law firm based near Portland, Ore. McCart is a graduate of the Duke University School of Law and licensed to practice in four states: California, New York, Oregon, and Washington. She is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. ELS represents clients in litigation, helps resolve equine disputes, drafts customized equine contracts, represents clients in horse industry disciplinary hearings, and incorporates equine businesses. Learn more at www.equinelegalsolutions.com.

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