2010 Florida Statutes
Lien for service of stallions and other animals.
Lien for service of stallions and other animals.—
In favor of owners of stallions, jackasses or bulls, upon the colt or calf of the get of said stallion, jackass or bull, and also upon the mare, jenny or cow served by said stallion, jackass or bull in breeding thereof for the sum stipulated to be paid for the service thereof, by filing at any time within 18 months after the date of service a statement of the account thereof, together with the description as to color and markings of the female served, and the name of the owner at the date of service, in the office of the county clerk of the county wherein the owner of the said female resided at the time of service. Neither the mare, jenny or cow, nor the get thereof, shall be sold within 18 months after the date of service, unless the service fee shall be paid, unless such sale shall be agreed to and approved in writing by the owner of the stallion, jackass or bull at the time of the sale or transfer of the mare, jenny or cow, or offspring thereof. At any time after such mare, jenny or cow shall conceive, anyone having the lien herein provided may enforce the same in the same manner as is now provided by law.
s. 1, ch. 4352, 1895; GS 2207; s. 1, ch. 7362, 1917; RGS 3514; CGL 5377; s. 36, ch. 67-254.
Former s. 85.21.