Posted 13 April 2006
THE NATIONAL equine law seminar is set to return to Harper Adams University College – by popular demand.
The fifth on-campus seminar will be held on May 11th and follows closely on the heels of a seminar in Northern Ireland last month.
Carrie de Silva, Senior Lecturer and Placement Manager at Harper Adams said: “The workshop will benefit the keen amateur rider and horse owner as well as anyone running or planning small equine businesses such as livery or teaching or those organising Pony Club or Riding Club events.”
Also included in the event will be advice on buying and selling horses, grazing, animal welfare, riding on the road, rights of way, licensing, planning, health and safety, occupiers' liability and negligence, Animals Act issues, taxation, business rates, employment and hunting.
The fee for the event, which is being held between 9.30am and 4pm, is £65 and includes morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and copy of Equine Law book.
For more details or book a place contact Carrie de Silva on 01952 815304 or email email@example.com.