Marietta, GA asked in Civil Litigation and Contracts for Georgia

Q: I own a horse and my barn made a lease contract on her and I never saw or signed a contract, do I have to comply?

I was talking to the manager about leasing my horse. She said she’d be happy to help me out. All the sudden I go to the barn and I’m told I can’t do anything with my horse because she is leased on a contract I’ve never signed or read. She is also making money off this contract which I feel should go to me. The horse owner. Not the barn manager. She is not allowing me to speak with or meet the lady who for six months is leasing my horse that apparently I can’t see now. I have owned my horse for a few years now. She’s my like a baby to me. I never saw, read, signed or signed even knew about any contract until I went to the barn and essentially was told to leave

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Michael D. Birchmore
Michael D. Birchmore
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Meet with a contracts/business law attorney and show the contract there. We really cannot provide dependable information to you when we have not read the agreement's terms.

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