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I have been running my business for about 10 years, moved into a business centre about 6 years ago but everytime I am in arrears with my rents the landlord changes my offices locks causing me embarrasement and lost of businesses. Is this lawful without going through the court if need be? please advise, I look forward to hear from you soon.

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Hi funky


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Have you checked the Terms and Conditions of your lease? What you could do is open an account as a buffer, if your in arrears the landlord can access the rent for a month.

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1) Your lease will tell you if the landlord is entitled to change the locks, if the rent isn't paid.


2) You know sometimes you are going to fall behind with the rent, so simply put some money aside that the landlord can access if that situation occurs, that way he doesn't have to to change the locks.

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Probably better than calling in Bailiffs-which landlords can do for commercial rent arrears with no Court Order !

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