Including all necessary information to run a successful business, this book covers the selection of location and shop premises, buying stock, engaging staff, displaying goods, keeping accounts, dealing with cash flow, and VAT. The author also advises on mail order and internet sales, publicity and marketing.
Horse law - 3rd edition
Ten years have elapsed since the last publication of this book, necessitating a substantially revised edition of this invaluable guide to equine law for students, owners and professionals within the horse industry – and solicitors involved in cases concerning horses. Existing subjects brought up to date include: buying and selling, lending and borrowing, negligence, import and export, riding establishments, rights of way, road traffic, veterinary surgeons, betting and gaming, and rules and disciplinary procedures of equestrian bodies.
Practical Horse Law
This book provides an accessible and readable guide to the law for horse owners and riders in situations where they might want to consider their legal position and the need for legal assistance. It offers practical and commonsense advice on reducing the risk of becoming involved in litigation in the first place.Topics covered include choosing a riding school; riding safely in a school or out on roads and tracks; buying, selling and loaning horses; accidents and how to avoid them; when to make a claim and what to claim for; keeping horses at home or at livery; veterinary negligence; animal welfare and more.