Braff Injury Law Practice
Purchasing or leasing watercrafts requires lots of money. But the investment may go in vain if your boat or watercraft does not perform as claimed in the warranty. Boats or other watercrafts, new or used, purchased, or leased, may be labeled as lemons. If they have substantial defects and these defects compromise the safety, use, and value of the boats or watercrafts.
At Braff Injury Law Practice, we know that when purchasers buy watercrafts along with a written warranty, they expect their watercraft to be seaworthy. Defects in engines and/or navigational systems in these watercrafts are safety hazards and may lead to fatal accidents.
In California, a Lemon Law has been established to offer legal protection to those purchasers who have been sold faulty boats or watercrafts. The watercrafts covered under Boats Lemon Law in California must satisfy the following conditions: