A tenant cannot change the locks or add locks that might stop a landlord from entering the unit. If the tenant does change the lock, the tenant should give a copy of the key to the landlord immediately. Fore more information, please visit the Ontario Landlord & Tenant Board site.
Can a tenant change the locks?
Amit Kalia2019-07-26T18:05:12-04:00July 26th, 2019|
About the Author: Amit Kalia
Amit is a full time local REALTOR® with RE/MAX Real Estate Brokerage Inc. in Mississauga. RE/MAX is Canada's #1 real estate company. Team Kalia serves property sellers, first time buyers, investors, landlords, new immigrants and non-residents in Mississauga including Square One City Centre area. Team Kalia offers a 30 Days Sold Guarantee to Sellers. They also provide tenant finding services to their investor clients.