What to do about a wrongful service termination?

I own a pool service/maintenance company. I have a customer (community club/center) that are going to remodel the pool area and part of their equipment. They asked around for bids, including my own, and they decided on one company to do the work. But now, this company told my customer that in order for them to make any warranty valid, they needed to take over the service. So my service will be terminated because of that. Do I have a case against any of the two?

Asked on March 2, 2012 under Business Law, Arizona

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