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    I recently switched management of my three family over to a management company and they handled new tenants moving in. When I do the move in, tenants sign a condition statement that includes "smoke detector batteries were replaced on 9/1/12 and all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors were tested and found to be in working order". I think this will help later if there is ever a fire to verify that batteries were replaced, etc. Unfortunately, the new management company just sent the tenants a blank condition statement without the above statement.

    Do you think it's sufficient that the management company "signed off" on the operation of the smoke detectors, or should I have the management company go back and have each tenant sign something stating that the detectors are in good working order?
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    Since you have now a new management company, maybe you should try negotiating with your new management company. After some time, if that detectors are still working, bring it to attention of your new management company.

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