Posted by TenantNet on January 29, 1999 at 05:57:41:
In Reply to: Re: keys or no keys posted by David Hoffman on January 26, 1999 at 18:16:45:
: : The management company should rekey the locks for a new and different set of keys from those that the other tenant took with him. This is usually an instant response because a tenant who keeps keys after a lease expires is usually trying to copy them, so as to do harm to the former landlord's property. Some harm could come to you if you were to be in the apartment without having the locks changed, since the former tenant is going to regard you as a witness to be made to be quiet, forever.
"Tenant who keeps the keys is usually trying to copy them..."
Usually? -- presumptive of motives, eh?
trying to copy? -- why would they copy if they already had the keys?
as to do harm...? -- so now tenants "usually" are vindictive, eh?
made to be quiet... little paranoia about all those stalking former tenants, eh?
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