Hi, I take it that you are a private seller and not a trader? I also take it that the Buyer didn't have the horse vetted before they bought? Kind Regards Al
Thanks. Well, they certainly aren't legally entitled to a refund. As it was a private sale it is a case of 2Let the Buyer beware" in that they bought the horse in its existing condition. They should really have had the horse vetted before they bought. So, stand firm and tell them that they will not be getting any refund. I hope this clarifies the legal position. If I have helped, I would be grateful if you could rate my answer. Kind Regards Al
PS should have said "let the Buyer beware"
Many thanks! Al