Locksmith-who pays?

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    Locksmith-who pays?

    We have locked our keys in our house. The letting agent seem to have lost one of their set of keys. The landlady doesnt have any keys. We have been told we have to the locksmith. Is this correct?

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    It would be as your cost. What type of lock is it. Yale type, 5 lever mortice, or what. Regards Peter

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      Originally posted by clm7578 View Post
      We have locked our keys in our house. The letting agent seem to have lost one of their set of keys. The landlady doesnt have any keys. We have been told we have to the locksmith. Is this correct?
      Yes, as TaxationPete posts. The error was yours, after all, and the Letting Agreement probably so states too.
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