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Q: Who is responsible if you hit a cow on a oklahoma highway

Kyle Persaud answered on Apr 9, 2019

It depends on the precise facts of the situation.

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Q: I have a tractor service I brush hog along the side of roads .and build driveways what color of flashing lights can I ha

Also on my truck and trailer

Kyle Persaud answered on Mar 16, 2019

To see the rules for what color your lights have to be, click here:

Scroll down to page 434. Beginning on page 434, you see a series of tables that tell the color that lights have to...
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Q: I have a guy who will not move his horses out of a pasture I lease. He has never paid board or bought feed.

I've asked him multiple times to move them and he won't. Agreed on a date and that day came and went. Now since it's winter I have to feed them and I just want them gone. Don't know what's the right thing to do to get this process done.

Richard Winblad answered on Dec 17, 2018

4 OK Stat § 4-191 (2017)

Any person employed in feeding, grazing or herding any domestic animals, whether in pasture or otherwise, shall have a lien on said animals for the amount due for such feeding, grazing or herding.

The statutes provide for a means to foreclose that lien....
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1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents, Personal Injury, Agricultural Law and Animal / Dog Law for Oklahoma on

Q: Hit a pig on a state highway. What can I do about my car damage? Livestock owner said the 2 pigs escaped fence.

We’re in Oklahoma the accident happened in Minco, OK to be specific. The livestock was in the middle of my lane I did everything I could to prevent hitting it but it happened anyway. I was almost to a complete stop when I saw the car behind us about to run into us so I then pulled to the side of... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing answered on Sep 4, 2018

Get an estimate and have it paid for by farmer or his insurance. Or if you have collision run it through yours and they can,,,,, call farmers (as it were)(sorry).

If you were injured, contact a member of the Oklahoma Assn for Justice--they give free consults.

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Q: Jurisdiction: Oklahoma (1) Does a grazing lease need to be notarized and (2) Does a grazing lease need to be filed?

Richard Winblad answered on Apr 17, 2018

No to both questions but this can be done to protect the lessee.

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Q: Am I liable for all injuries that occur on my land?

Richard Winblad answered on Dec 31, 2017

Sorry, your question does not provide enough information to provide an answer. It all depends upon the facts.

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Q: FSA is refusing to endorse a check for crop sale unless it goes into supervised acct. Holding income hostage.

We opened a supervisory account with the Farm Service Agency last year on a voluntary basis. Now, they are refusing to endorse a check for part of a crop sale unless it goes into this account that has been idle for probably a year. Is this legal? They don't have a claim to the money, so I don't... Read more »

Howard Berkson answered on Dec 23, 2013

First, read your loan agreement and the security agreement and any other contracts you have with FSA or any other parties that might be involved, such as the party that wrote the check. If you are still certain they have no right require you to run funds through a supervised account, then you... Read more »

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