David Weil is licensed to practice law in the state of California and, as such, some of the information provided in this column may not be applicable in a jurisdiction outside of California. Please note also that no two legal situations are alike, and it is impossible to provide accurate legal advice without knowing all the facts of a particular situation. Therefore, the information provided in this column should not be regarded as individual legal advice, and readers should not act upon this information without seeking the opinion of an attorney in their home state.
David Weil is the managing attorney at Weil & Associates (weilmaritime.com) in Long Beach. He is an adjunct professor of Admiralty Law at Loyola University Law School, is a member of the Maritime Law Association of the United States and is former legal counsel to the California Yacht Brokers Association.
I am buying a boat and am concerned about the possibility of a tax lien being recorded with the Coast
I am in the process of buying a high-end used boat. I am particularly concerned about the warranty, but this
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I recently purchased a 65-ft. sportfishing yacht, and a neighbor in my marina told me I could have avoided paying
I am in the process of buying a used motoryacht. The boat is currently registered in California, but my broker
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