Hi guys, Last week I've received an email from the real estate agent who manages my property. The email was saying that on the 23rd on March 2020 there will be changes in some law and they wanted to arrange a fire alarm inspection to ensure we were going to be compliant. I've replied asking if the annual inspections our strata manager arranges were not enough to be compliant. Their reply was a very convoluted email that didn't actually answered the question but mentionws that they wanted to be sure we were compliant to make sure our landlord insurance would pay out in case of an accident. At the end they said the service was optional and I could opt out. So I called them and re-ask the question and they said that the strata inspection is enough to be compliant. Now, I know my strata does this inspection because I live in the same building. But if I didn't, I might have fallen for the scary email they sent me. According to a friend the real estate agent did the right thing. I think it was dodgy. What do you think?