September 2007 Issue
Builder Liability and You
Avoiding a close encounter in court.
There are ways to protect yourself from lawsuits when you sell a homebuilt aircraft. These include accurate and complete documentation of the building process, adherence to manufacturer’s instructions during the build, a good record of safe flight over a period of time, third party liability insurance protection and a signed liability waiver.
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