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Old friend has key to apartment?

My friend and I recently had a falling out. He has a key to my apartment and won t return it. What course of actions do I have and what possible legal action do I have if he is adamant on not returning it?

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changing lock is not an expense ,they do it all the time whenever new tenants move in , it's a standard that has no cost cause they have it on inventory ,thus no cost to put out , just a few minutes to change .........

changing lock is not an expense ,they do it all the time whenever new tenants move in , it's a standard that has no cost cause they have it on inventory ,thus no cost to put out , just a few minutes to change ...........................

these are the steps you need to follow
1) go to new york
2) find harvey spectre
3) no more steps...

changing lock is not an expense ,they do it all the time whenever new tenants move in , it's a standard that has no cost cause they have it on inventory ,thus no cost to put out , just a few minutes to change ...........................

tell your landlord... you could change the locks yourself, but they're not going to like it, the first time they try to enter your apartment, and they for the life of me cannot get in... they shall probably charge you, but you would have to pay if you did it yourself anyway...

tell your landlord... you could change the locks yourself, but they're not going to like it, the first time they try to enter your apartment, and they for the life of me cannot get in... they shall probably charge you, but you would have to pay if you did it yourself anyway...

changing lock is not an expense ,they do it all the time whenever new tenants move in , it's a standard that has no cost cause they have it on inventory ,thus no cost to put out , just a few minutes to change ...........................

tell your landlord... you could change the locks yourself, but they're not going to like it, the first time they try to enter your apartment, and they for the life of me cannot get in... they shall probably charge you, but you would have to pay if you did it yourself anyway...

changing lock is not an expense ,they do it all the time whenever new tenants move in , it's a standard that has no cost cause they have it on inventory ,thus no cost to put out , just a few minutes to change ...........................

these are the steps you need to follow
1) go to new york
2) find harvey spectre
3) no more steps...