Full Statute Name:  Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated. Title XXXI. Debtor-Creditor Relations. Chapter 376. Statutory Liens. 376.470 Veterinarian's lien

Share |
Primary Citation:  KRS § 376.470 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  February, 2018 Alternate Citation:  KY ST § 376.470 Date Adopted:  1990
Summary:

This Kentucky law states that any licensed veterinarian who performs professional services for an animal, by contract with, or by the written consent of, the owner or authorized agent shall have a lien on the animal to secure the cost of the service provided. The priority for the liens filed under this law is based upon when the first lien was filed.

Statute Text: 


(1) Any licensed veterinarian who performs professional services for an animal, by contract with, or by the written consent of, the owner or authorized agent shall have a lien on the animal to secure the cost of the service provided.

(2) The priority among veterinarian's liens filed under this section shall be according to the first lien filed.

Credits

HISTORY: 1990 c 452, § 2, eff. 7-13-90

Share |