FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions About The Contracts

No. Information on this web-site is not legal advice, and should not be construed as legal advice.

All contracts are specific to the Security Alarm Industry and contain standardized industry terms. The contracts, however, may not incorporate all necessary terms and provisions to make them fully enforceable in your state.  Therefore, you should consult with your local attorney to review the contracts and make any necessary modifications to incorporate any special legal requirements of your state.

Before making any deletions, changes or additions to any of the legal terms of the contracts, we recommend you consult with an attorney to make sure the changes or additions are enforceable in your state.

Before making any changes to the Limitation of Liability provision of the contracts, we recommend you (i) consult with an attorney to make sure the changes are enforceable in your state and (ii) check you insurance policy to ensure there are no restrictions by your insurance company.

No. All contracts are subject to copyright protection and may not be re-sold or given to others without our express written consent.

Yes, please call Michael J. Revness, Esq. at 610-688-2855. However, we cannot provide you legal advice in any state where we are not licensed to practice law.

Possibly – please call Michael J. Revness, Esq. at 610-688-2855.  However, we cannot provide you legal advice in any state where we are not licensed to practice law.

From time to time, we may post any new legal developments on the web-site, likely in the Blog section. However, we recommend that, from time to time, you consult with an attorney in your state to see if there have been any changes to the laws in your state which may affect the enforceability of any of the contracts.

Most of the contracts are Legal Size, but we will let you know if it is legal size or letter size in the video-description for each contract.

Before making any changes to the font size of the contracts, we recommend you consult with an attorney to make sure the changes are enforceable in your state.

You need to be very careful here, as the two contracts may contain terms which are conflicting. If you are presented with this situation, we recommend you immediately consult with an attorney before signing your customer’s contract.

While we do recommend that you have professional grade forms created from our Contracts from a professional printer, you can certainly save them onto your computer and use them, as needed.

Yes, the Contracts are all designed for you to have easy access to the blocks, boxes and open fields of the contracts to add the required information.

When you find the contract you need, click the Buy button to add the item to your cart. A notification will appear at the top of the page confirming that it has been added to your account. You can then continue to add more items or you can checkout. You’ll find a link to your checkout page in the top navigation. Just fill in your information on the form and then click through to our Paypal checkout area. You can checkout using an existing Paypal account. All contract purchases are completed though Paypal, which is verified and safe.

You’ll be automatically redirected to a landing page that summarizes your order, and includes a link for you to click and download the file. You can get back to your list of downloaded files at any time by clicking on the “My Account” button in the top right corner of the AlarmLegal site. You’ll find a list of your Available Downloads; just click on the title that you’re looking for to open that contract and re-download from the link.

Upon placing the order, you’ll receive two emails; one is a receipt from PayPal and the other is from AlarmLegal to confirm your purchase. The email from AlarmLegal confirms your user name and the password you’ll need to login to My Account in future visits.

Sorry, but no.  All sales are final.  We have included a video-description and preview of each contract to help ensure you will be completely satisfied.

Possibly – it will depend on, among other things, where the lawsuit has been filed.  Feel free to call Michael J. Revness, Esq. at 610-688-2855 if you need more information in this regard.

Possibly – feel free to call Michael J. Revness, Esq. at 610-688-2855 if you need more information in this regard.

Possibly – feel free to call Michael J. Revness, Esq. at 610-688-2855 if you need more information in this regard.