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Does anyone know lawyer to get dealer out of fire alarm inspection business / ISC Schedule 
February 24, 2024
Does anyone know lawyer to help dealer get out of fire alarm inspection business
          We are considering getting out of the business of offering fire alarm inspections for customers.  We have active service agreements with a number of clients for this service.  I was wondering if you know of a lawyer we can speak with in terms of how to best go about discontinuing this service.  
          I had to give this one some thought, though I eventually responded to the inquiry advising that, yes, I did know an attorney, in fact the number one attorney in the fire alarm industry [in my humble opinion].  I did not reveal that name however because the inquiry merely asked if I did in fact have an answer. 
          I hope you’re still laughing, and no I did not make this question or person asking it up. 
          What’s the best way to exit the fire inspection business?  Especially when you have “active service contracts”? 
          Here’s one option:  If you don’t have K&K Fire All in One with inspection, or the separate Fire Inspection Contract, then maybe you can just get back in the truck and drive away, tossing your burner phone out the window.
          But if you do have K&K Fire All in One or Inspection Agreement we can sell the contract to another fire alarm company.  At very least we should be able to find a fire alarm company willing to take over the contract.
          If you’re under contract to provide the inspection service you can’t unilaterally abandon the contract; that’s called breach of contract and your customer could find another fire alarm company.  If the new fire alarm company charges more than you then the customer could sue you for the amount in excess of what you were charging.  That’s one possibility.  Another is that you miss an inspection and the building burns down; you get sued for the loss. 
          Whether you have one account to sell or thousands, give me a call.

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Ken Kirschenbaum,Esq
Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum PC
Attorneys at Law
200 Garden City Plaza
Garden City, NY 11530
516 747 6700 x 301