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Old 05-30-2020, 03:41 PM
BobTurner BobTurner is offline
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Maybe, maybe not. I think a lot of potential buyers will want their own mechanic to look at the airplane anyway. They?ll assume your A&P was working for you. Nothing dishonest here; just he may say ?part xyz is still airworthy?, while the buyers mechanic would say ?part xyz is okay but will probably need replacement in a year?. If you?ll sleep better at night, you could tell buyers any sale is conditional on their A&P signing it off, and build the cost into the contract. I suspect that will also be seen an honest approach. But as far as avoiding lawsuits, let me know when you come up with a workable plan.
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