University of Vermont AAHS

Tennessee Liens for the Care of Horses

TENNESSEE CODE
TITLE 66 PROPERTY
CHAPTER 20 LIENS ON ANIMALS

 

66-20-101 Pasturage lien.

When any horse or other animal is received to pasture for a consideration, the farmer shall have a lien upon the animal for the farmer's proper charges, the same as the innkeeper's lien at common law; and in addition the farmer shall have a statutory lien for six (6) months.

 

66-20-103 Livery stable keeper's lien.

Livery stable keepers shall be entitled to the same lien provided for in 66-20-101 on all stock received by them for board and feed, or vehicle kept and/or conditioned, until all reasonable charges are paid.

 

Reviewed by AAHS in July 2001.



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