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Vermont Liens for the Care of Horses

VERMONT STATUTES
TITLE NINE. Commerce and Trade
PART 3. SALES, ASSIGNMENTS AND SECURED TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 51. Miscellaneous Liens
SUBCHAPTER 8. Liens on Animals

2075 Lien for keeping or pasturing animals

A person to whom charges are due for pasturing, boarding or keeping domestic animals placed with the consent of the owner thereof in his care, if the charges become due while such animals remain in his possession, may retain the same until such charges are paid. After thirty days from the time the charges become due, he may sell such animals in the manner provided for the sale of property under a lien for repairs, if such charges remain unpaid.

 

Reviewed by AAHS in July 2001.


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