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I wanted to install a thermostat guard for the thermostat in the house. I promised that the winter temperature settings would be 2-3 degree Celsius higher than the ones recommended by the Ottawa by-law. And the settings could also be changed further if they think its required. And I told them the reason for putting on the guard was just to prevent the abuse of the energy. But the tenants are strongly against the installation.
I wonder if the landlord has the right to install the guard in the case?
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