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Asked on: 4/03/13, 11:08 am

My daughter had to sell a horse she had for eight months due to unexpected pregnancy difficulties. The woman who gave the horse to her was sentimental and did not want him to go anywhwere else, but when offered the horse back she did not accept. The present owner contacted this previous owner and things blew up. She has now threatened to bring back the horse against our will and demands funds returned. I have been searching for statutes on this unsuccessfully. My daughter must have the right to sell the horse, but I need to know where the law determines ownership in this case

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