can the landlord change the locks on the doors for any reason without an eviction notice?
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Thanks for the information.As a tenant here you would have the right to access your residence.He can change locks only if there is some kind of need to do so but he has to give you new keys and access.If you are say in default on the rent or other items he has to notice you and then file for legal eviction.Can you tell me some more information here--why did he do this?Has he given you any reason ?Is he denying you access to your residence and not giving you a key here?Please follow up and I will be happy to respond here to your information.Reference to tenant rights in Kansas.http://www.hcci-ks.org/Kansas%20Tenants%20Handbook%20%282007%29.pdf
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