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Cam- Agree, I was just posting this info since it appeared to be what waterview- was referencing above.

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Unfortunately, there's documented proof that Jackett has done just that with Tartan previously. When the company owning the Tartan brand went from being NavStar to Polk Industries, Jackett did just that. See this post.
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True, but in the big picture their warrany liability is probably a drop in the bucket compared to some of their other debts they appear to have. Besides, any buyer would want to honor existing warranties. Otherwise they'd never sell another boat. The only scenario I can envision where they wouldn't want to honor those warranties is if they were going to "part out" the company and sell off everything.

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I'm not going to hide behind some curtain, I want the sumsabeeches to sue me... I can't wait for Discovery!

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I'm not afraid of being sued, and will vigorously defend the first amendment. When I learned of this horrible breach of our freedom, I purchased the domain "tartansucks" and would be happy to publish a site that presents an unbiased, factually account of this issue.

I am eager to hear Tartan side of the storey and happy to post their response. To this end would someone be so kind as to post a clear, cogent summary of this issue. My plan is to first show it to an attorney that I know that is well versed in this matter, he has been sailing in Maine for over 4 decades.
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would be happy to publish a site that presents an unbiased, factually account of this issue.
And call it tartansucks?????
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And call it tartansucks?????
Exactly! The domain name alone shows that you went in with preconcived notions and you would end up owing Tartan a bunch of money. You'd basically be providing them with a fall guy for the reason their company name has gone down hill.

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I think Tartanissues.com would make much more sense...

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I'm not afraid of being sued, and will vigorously defend the first amendment. When I learned of this horrible breach of our freedom, I purchased the domain "tartansucks" and would be happy to publish a site that presents an unbiased, factually account of this issue.
Do you realize how much it would cost to do this?
How many years?

I would imagine that your attorney fees would be a minimun of $100,000.00 and it could go on for two to three or more years.
(even if he is a friend of yours) (Our perhaps you attorney friend works for free)

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Do you realize how much it would cost to do this?
How many years?

I would imagine that your attorney fees would be a minimun of $100,000.00 and it could go on for two to three or more years.
(even if he is a friend of yours) (Our perhaps you attorney friend works for free)
I've never met an attorney that works for free. Doesn't seem to matter if they are a friend/relative/neighbor/etc...

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