Re: COZY: Vendor Warning - David Hanson
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Nothing can be done except passing along information on it. It's a home built, you can cut half a wing off and say it flies! buyer beware.
Tom Smith A&P/IA
From: mulqueen@... [canard-aviators]
To: canard-aviators ; cozy_builders Sent: Mon, Jul 29, 2019 6:02 pm
Subject: Re: [c-a] Re: COZY: Vendor Warning - David Hanson
I would register a formal complaint with both the FAA and the BBB. If they do nothing and some dies because they did not act, then the lawyers can line up for a piece of the action.
What benefit would it do to call the FAA on something like this? From what I understand, they have no jurisdiction on plane sales, deposits, etc.
And if you saw something bad to point out to them, I can't see them doing anything about it until the airplane is involved in an accident or incident. As long as it's signed off on a biannual, it's good to go. Even if it's not signed off, they wouldn't do anything about it unless they saw it taxiing to/from the runway or flying.
I am concerned about your losing your $1,000, though, unless you had a contract that effectively said the deposit isn't yours anymore if you decline to buy it. I've never seen such a contract, though. Did you have a contract?
There are plenty of people badmouthing David Hanson. I'd like to hear what he has to say.
July 29, 2019 10:56:32 PM CEST "DONALD BERLIN vette164@... [canard-aviators]" wrote:
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