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Up-to-date advice on legal issues affecting anyone involved in general aviation
Fully revised throughout, General Aviation Law, Third Edition, is an essential legal guide for those who work in aviation, including mechanics, pilots, aircraft owners, and aviation business owners. This practical reference answers all questions regarding aviation law in understandable layperson's terms.
The information in the book helps you to avoid legal troubles and describes what to expect if you are taken to court. Real-world case studies illustrate the topics addressed. All pertinent laws are clearly explained and clarified, providing you with the knowledge you need to understand your legal rights and protect yourself from costly litigation.
The American legal system
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
FAA enforcement procedures
Principles of negligence liability
Particular applications of negligence law
Medical certificate appeals and special insurance
Table of contents
Chapter 1. The American Legal System Chapter 2. The Federal Aviation Administration Chapter 3. Aircraft Ownership Chapter 4. Homebuilt Aircraft Chapter 5. Aviation Insurance Chapter 6. FAA Enforcement Procedures Chapter 7. Principles of Negligence Liability Chapter 8. Particular Applications of Negligence Law Chapter 9. Product Liability Chapter 10. Medical Certificate Appeals and Special Issuance Chapter 11. Conclusion Index
Jerry A. Eichenberger is a licensed commercial pilot rated for single-engine and multiengine airplanes, helicopters, and gliders. He holds an airplane instrument rating and is a certified flight instructor rated for single-engine and multiengine airplanes and instrument instruction. Mr. Eichenberger is a practicing attorney in the area of aviation law, and represents manufacturers, maintenance facilities, flight schools, airlines, airports, and individual pilots and aircraft owners.