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Old 16.01.2020, 14:28
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Re: Robbery in Rental property: Who pays for the replacement of locks?

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Each pays for their own damage, damage to the building is thus the problem of the landlord. So if the main lock was broken it is on the landlord to repair this.

As for replacing your other locks, if you still had all the keys after the burglary there was no need to replace the other locks, and since you gave the order to do so this bill is for you.
Just to be clear, the other locks that were replaced was from the garage and side entry to the house. It's still part of the property. It wasn't my lock. We had one key that open main door, garage and side door. So there is a difference between main door and side door?
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