Locksmith definition

Locksmith means any individual that performs locksmith services, or advertises or represents to the
Locksmith means a person who services, installs, repairs, rebuilds, rekeys, repins or adjusts locks, hardware peripheral to locks, safes, vaults, safe deposit boxes or mechanical or electronic security systems. [2009 c.781 §2]

Examples of Locksmith in a sentence

  • In addition, they have shared their Locksmith expertise with DOI without charging.


More Definitions of Locksmith

Locksmith means a person employed to repair and
Locksmith means a person who, for the benefit of another person, engages in any activity or business which is related to the opening, closing or engaging of locking mechanisms of any nature, by means of a specialised device;
Locksmith means a tradesman engaged in the making or repairing of locks and the mechanism of safe and strongroom doors.
Locksmith means any individual that performs locksmith services, or advertises or represents to the general public that the individual is a locksmith even if the specific term locksmith is substituted with any other term by which a reasonable person could construe that the individual possesses special skills relating to locks or locking devices, including use of the words lock technician, lockman, safe technician, safeman, boxman, unlocking technician, lock installer, lock opener, physical security technician or similar descriptions.
Locksmith means a person, including an apprentice employed by a locksmith, who, for the benefit of another person, engages in any activity or business which is related to [the]—
Locksmith means a person who engages in a business or