Buying or leasing a boat or other large watercrafts is a big investment and if it shows malfunctions early on, doubts do creep up. Is the boat a lemon? Why is it not working properly? Well, the fact is that as with other motor vehicles including motorcycles, motorhomes, and RVs, boats, and other types of watercrafts, are protected under California’s Lemon Law. Furthermore, the law applies to all types of watercrafts, even those with no engines, such as sailboats. So, it’s vital to understand what the law applies to. If you’ve been sold a defective boat, recreational watercraft, or other type of vessel, and it was bought with a manufacturer’s warranty, it may qualify as a lemon according to California Law.
If you’ve recently bought a defective boat or watercraft, a Boats, and Watercraft Lemon attorney, in San Leandro, with the Braff Law Firm, will assist you with your claim. They can ensure that you are fairly compensated for your inconvenience. Any boat or watercraft that is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty is covered under the Lemon Law in California. Our legal team can evaluate your case and will explain your rights as well as the legal options available to you in the matter. As we have handled thousands of cases over the years, we understand the intricacies of the law, and will ensure that you get the best deal after negotiations. If that does not work, we will take the case to court to help you get justice. However, we never recommend trying to settle with the boat or watercraft manufacturer on your own. As you may buckle down to pressure tactics leaving you with the lemon and no chance of getting a redressal.