Tenancy Agreement Fire Alarm
Date Posted: October 10, 2021 by admin
But how can you verify that your tenant is testing the fire alarm consistently? What can you do if your tenant cuts off the smoke detectors all the time? Read on to get some of our top tips on maintaining smoke detector responsibility. While you are probably responsible for the first installation of a smoke detector (or the replacement of a faulty detector), the tenant is responsible for testing the alarm and changing the battery. If your tenant removes a smoke detector, you may be entitled to a fine or final evacuation to protect the safety of everyone involved and the real estate. If you are concerned about smoke detectors in your building, talk to your landlord or tenant to try to resolve the issue. .