Q: Ex boyfriend stole my therapy dog and then licenced him under his name. How can I get my therapy dog back?
Broke up in early November. Lived together as roommates until late December (due to a lease) when he stole my dog. Has refused to let me see him.
I called the police, they said that the dog was licenced to him now. Isn't he in possession of stolen property?
A: ANSWER: You can sue in Small Claims Court for return of the dog.
Plaintiff’s Claim and ORDER to Go to Small Claims Court; Form SC-100 (Lawsuit for monetary damages)
Request for Court Order and Answer; Form SC-105 (Request for Return of Property, filed with SC-100)
Order on Request for Court Order; Form SC-105A
Proof of Service; Form SC-104
No guaranties that these are the appropriate forms or that a Small Claims Judge will rule in your favor.
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