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The first potential problem during a trial period is that the horse is injured. For example, the buyer could ride the horse and because of his action, the horse goes lame. Moreover, the harm cannot be at all a fault of the buyer; Rather, it is the result that the horse gets sick, much like a man can catch a cold. If the buyer intends to climb the horse during a trial period, make sure that the terms of payment of the board of directors with the farmer have been made in advance and that these agreements are expressly stated in the contract. If the board is not paid, the owner of the stable could be allowed to place a pawn on the horse which could prevent the return of the horse to its owner at the end of the negotiation. Note that the horse industry is a business and therefore the majority of horse-related transactions should not be considered other than other commercial transactions. For example, you wouldn`t mortgage a house with the bank, buy a car or buy a store without a signed contract, so why a horse without sneezing or selling? In addition to concluding a written contract with the coach, indicating the amount of the commission, what is expected by the coach in exchange for the commission, and a certain timeline, clients can take other steps to protect themselves. In Alvarez v. Felker Mfg Co. (1964) 230 CalApp.2d 987, the court found that the main characteristics of an agency relationship are: 1) the agent has the power to change the legal relationship between an adjudicator`s authority and a third party, (2) the agent is an agent in areas within the Agency`s jurisdiction, and (3) the awarding entity has the right to control the agent`s conduct with respect to the cases entrusted to him. Once a decision has been made to purchase a horse, the parties must enter into and sign a sales contract and sales account to complete the transaction. A sales contract is not always necessary, but in most cases it is highly recommended. E.

If the horse can be removed from the court during the trial.