Tough New Security System Isn't a Violation of Tenant's Access Rights

What Happened: A landlord leased space containing a cellular communications tower for tenants’ use to store valuable equipment. The lease gave the tenants “24/7” access to the space. The landlord changed the security arrangements from a simple lockbox to a more elaborate call-in system requiring tenants to call and wait up to an hour for an agent of the landlord to let them in during non-regular business hours.

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