Generally once a lease is signed the terms cannot be amended unless all parties agree. The determination of what can and cannot be done is decided by the wording of the original agreement. However, a supposedly "oral/verbal" contract is difficult for a landlord to prove if it becomes an issue for the court. If the tenant did not agree to any amendment action being acceptable when the original contract was entered into, the landlord cannot arbitrarily make changes to the agreement.
Theodore H. Hellmuth has written: 'Lease audits' -- subject(s): Auditing, Commercial leases 'Real estate law' -- subject(s): Mortgages, Real estate development, Law and legislation, Vendors and purchasers, Landlord and tenant 'Missouri leasing guide for non-lawyers' -- subject(s): Landlord and tenant, Commercial leases
Matters such a locks are usually covered in a written lease. If it's not covered or if there is no written lease you probably can. BUT, you must give the landlord a key. The landlord has the right to enter in an emergency and upon reasonable notice to the tenant to inspect the premises. Keep in mind that landlord / tenant relationships without a written lease are generally governed by state law, so the conclusion may differ from state to state. When I was a landlord, there was an option to change the keys for a tenant. I had it done at my cost and held a key. Most locksmiths will not change the keys if you do not own the home. In many commercial leases the tenant is EXPECTED to change the locks and the landlord may not want to even have a key. For example, when renting a self-storage unit, the tenant would typically add his or her own lock to the unit. Upon default or emergency, the landlord would simply break the lock to gain entry, then put on a new lock.
Get StartedA real estate lease is a written agreement between a Landlord (lessor) and a Tenant (lessee) establishing the rights and responsibilities of each party. The Landlord is the owner of real estate (also known as "premises") who leases (rents) that property to a Tenant for the Tenant's use. A "residential" lease applies to real estate used as a residence, while a "commercial" lease applies to business property.A written lease should be prepared and signed whenever property is rented, to reduce the likelihood of misunderstandings between the Tenant and the Landlord regarding the rental arrangement.
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