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Did you fit the LED's?
You supplied your customer who is now not the occupier of the building, is that right?
Yes that is correct
Ok - the warranty does not transfer.
Only your customer has the warranty as your contract is with him/her
The new tenants do not have a contract with you and therefore no warranty
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
If the new contractor has took the building over but not yet signed the lease where would my warranty lie with ??
No, its only between you and your customer
If there is a fault and your customer wants it replaced/repaired then you have to
If anyone else, ie the Landlord wants it done, they have no right to ask
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Yes there seems to be problems with the fittings now the new client has his own in house contractor and after a initial survey they came back to me for assistance , yet my old client instructed me to repair the issue and paid me. The new client is now asking me to support the existing fittings but I do not want to work for him
So either way if the new lease is signed or not signed only my client has the wright to ask me to repair and maintain the warranty on the fitting
Yes I think it does my contract and liability is with my client and not the new owner
Thanks very much
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