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The Truth: Horse Sales and Undisclosed Commissions

The Truth: Horse Sales and Undisclosed Commissions

In 1997, the Neal family engaged internationally known dressage trainer Sjef Janssen to sell their horse. Janssen told the Neals that he could only get $312,000 for Aristocrat, but unbeknownst to the Neals, Janssen actu...
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JOHN R. NEAL AND LEA A. NEAL, PLAINTIFFS-APPELLEES, v. SJEF JANSSEN, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT.

The plaintiffs learned that the buyer had actually paid the defendant $480,000 for the dressage horse. Plaintiffs brought an action against defendant for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud....
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