Non-veterinary practitioners are troubled by some of the recommendations included in the new Scope of Practice being suggested for Ontario vets.
In this exclusive excerpt from lawyer Catherine Willson's new book 'Canadian Equine Law', some recommendations when using an agent are covered.
Be careful when purchasing a horse trailer from a private seller, or you may find it being towed away by the bailiff.
What are the legal recourses for trainers and barn owners to protect themselves after a client leaves on bad terms?
Giving a horse a test run certainly makes sense for the buyer, but what if something goes horribly wrong during the trial period?
As online gambling begins to include horse sports, will it lead to cheating in jumping, dressage, eventing and other disciplines?
What legal recourse does a barn owner have if a boarder falls behind in their payments ‒ or worse, disappears?
We trust our veterinarians with our horses' lives – literally. But what if they fail to meet a certain standard of care?
If you purchase a horse that does not live up to the promises made by the seller, you have some recourses - with or without a sales contract.
Catherine Willson shares the best tips for creating a properly-worded waiver that will be enforced by the Courts to act as a complete defence to liability.