Saint Petersburg, FL asked in Animal / Dog Law for Florida

Q: Can I change my mind less than a day after signing release of ownership of my two dogs?

I had met them midway and I called asking for the dogs back immediately. The rescue gp said ok but to give it some time especially since the "son of the adopting family was flying in to meet them"& I was promised regular updates.The day after I received an ok for a home rental with a back yard. I emailed & called begging for them back. The rescue made a 360 degree change of heart and said no. She then added the son "who lives locally has already binder with him." I questioned her stories & she got upset and had her senior send me the copies of my signatures and basically threatened me with harassment if I continued!?! So now I'm afraid to even ask how they are doing and I'm heart broken for my 12 yr old and I who both adore them. I feel as if I've been very mistreated. Can anyone help me please?

Thank you in advance.

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1 Lawyer Answer
Keith Petrochko
Keith Petrochko
  • Lake Mary, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: There generally isn't a grace period with contracts. Without seeing your agreement no one can give a complete answer to your question.

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