Full Statute Name:  West's Florida Statutes Annotated. Title XL. Real and Personal Property (Chapters 689-724). Chapter 713. Liens, Generally. Part II. Miscellaneous Liens.

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Primary Citation:  West's F.S.A. § 713.50, 65 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  February, 2018 Alternate Citation:  FL ST § 713.50, 65
Summary:

These Florida laws concern liens for the care and maintenance of animals. The first section declares that the liens mentioned in the chapter include the described personal property under the circumstances mentioned in each section. Section 713.65 then describes that a lien exists in favor of all persons for the "feeding or caring for the horse or other animal of another, including all keepers of livery, sale or feed or feed stables, for feeding or taking care of any horse or other animal put in their charge; upon such horse or other animal." Based on the broad language of "other animal," a lien exists for the care and feeding of all owned animals.

Statute Text: 

713.50. Liens upon property

Liens prior in dignity to all others accruing thereafter shall exist in favor of the following persons, upon the following described personal property under the circumstances hereinafter mentioned in this part. This part is limited to liens on personal property and their enforcement and related matters.

Credits

Laws 1887, c. 3747, §§ 1, 6; Rev.St.1892, preceding § 1726, preceding § 1730; Laws 1903, c. 5143, § 1; Gen.St.1906, preceding § 2190, preceding § 2196; Rev.Gen.St.1920, §§ 3495, 3502; Comp.Gen.Laws 1927, §§ 5349, 5363; Laws 1933, c. 16042, § 44; Fla.St.1965, § 85.01; Laws 1967, c. 67-254, § 36; Laws 1969, c. 69-97, § 1. Amended by Laws 1988, c. 88-249, § 1, eff. Oct. 1, 1988.

 

713.65. Liens for care and maintenance of animals

In favor of all persons feeding or caring for the horse or other animal of another, including all keepers of livery, sale or feed or feed stables, for feeding or taking care of any horse or other animal put in their charge; upon such horse or other animal.

Credits

Laws 1885, c. 3618, § 1; Rev.St.1892, § 1739; Gen.St.1906, § 2205; Rev.Gen.St.1920, § 3512; Comp.Gen.Laws 1927, § 5373; Laws 1949, c. 25048, § 1; Fla.St.1965, § 85.16; Laws 1967, c. 67-254, § 36.


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