In California isn't there a law that says the pool contractor must give a lifetime warranty on the swimming pool to the original homeowner purchaser?
3 Answers from Attorneys
I have never heard of such a requirement.
The California Contractors License Board has a pamphlet on hiring pool contractors.
I have searched everywhere and can find no such requirement. So in my opinion, no.
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