Oklahoma law does provide for s stable-keeper lien on related horse(s), tack and equipment to compensate the service provider for unpaid board, keep and/or training.  However, to foreclose on such a lien, a process must be followed, and the steps to be followed are largely (but not solely) dictated by whether or not the service provider retains possession of the horse(s).

So word of caution for service providers seeking compensation for unpaid board and/or training, make sure you are absolutely clear on Oklahoma lien foreclosure law or seek the advice of an attorney familiar with the process!

This blog post does not constitute legal advice and is meant for educational purposes only.

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