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I'm Heather, an attorney with 15 years experience and I'd like to assist you for informational purposes.
From your question, I'm assuming if you leased out a condo, that you are the landlord/owner, so yes, you have a right to have the key, but the lease contract would specify circumstances under which you are allowed to use the key for entry, since someone else would be entitled to possession. Does this answer your question?
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