Stallion Service Lien Law and Legal Definition
Stallion service lien is the right of the owner of any stallion upon any mare and her colt served by such stallion as a price for his/her service.
The following is an example of a state statute (Nebraska) on stallion service lien:
R.R.S. Neb. § 52-1501. Every owner, lessee, agent or manager of any stallion has a lien upon any mare and her colt, served by such stallion, for the full amount of the reasonable or agreed value or price of such service.
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