Letter asking tenant to put locks back

Tenant Changed Locks Without Permission

After an inspection, it might have been found that the tenants have changed the locks to their property without your permission. This letter is a sample letter writing to the tenant asking why the locks were changed and seeking a spare key.

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Product code: LT064

After an inspection, it might have been found that the tenants have changed the locks to their property without your permission. This letter is a sample letter fro writing to the tenant asking why the locks were changed and seeking a spare key.

The template is in Rich Text Format (RTF) and will work on any word processor including Microsoft Word. You may edit the contents as you see fit.

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