Can a Tenant Change the Locks in Virginia?

This question is about Virginia Landlord Tenant Rights

Virginia tenants can change their locks. The legal requirements are that they cause no permanent damage, provide copies of keys to the landlord, and (at the end of the tenancy) pay the landlord any reasonable cost for property damage or reinstallation of the original locks.

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