State Equine Activity Statutes
This area consists of the full text of equine activity statutes
of those states that have enacted them (currently 46 states
as of November, 2009). (Clicking "Statute Listings" indicates you have read and agree
with the disclaimer below)
Thank you for your understanding - Dave Johnson, President, NAES, 1/1/2010.
Disclaimer; please read before clicking on any of the Statute Listings:
NAES has attempted to provide the latest state Equine
Activity Statutes, however, it is the reader's
total responsibility to make sure that the most recent
and applicable Statute is utilized in their case. You
should consult with your own attorney to make sure you
have the latest law provided by each state.
provided here are from the specific legal authority
of each of the current 46 states which have such Equine/Livestock
liability statutes, but NAES makes NO WARRANTY as to
the validity of such statues, and provides them only
as a preliminary service to our web-site visitor.
Currently the following states DO NOT have Equine Liability Statutes
for professional Engaged in the horse Business
This list is current as of April 10, 2009, however, it is imperative
that you check with local legal counsel in your own state
to make sure that your legislature has not enacted any new
laws pertaining to equine related liability concerns or updated