My landlord changed the locks on my restaurant and has 5 security guards at the door, not allowing me to enter my restaurant. The fit out cost me over 500,000.00 as I do construction work. I had a verbal agreement with the landlord and I did the job for him, which took me a month with 7 employees. The cost was over 70,000.00. We agreed that he was not going to pay me for the work I did for him and I don't have to pay rent for 6 months. Until 2 months ago, he was OK after that. He suddenly changed the locks on my restaurant and has security there. I called him and asked what was going on, and he told me that it was because I hadn't paid rent for this month and that he didn't accept the deal we had. He told me I could take him to court for not paying me for the work I did. I told him that it was fine, and that I had the rent for him. I asked him to call his security off because it damages my business and my reputation, but he yelled at me, told me no. I called the police and they told me it's not their job. Then one of the security guys was trying to be tough so I pushed him away and he called police on me. They came faster than ambulance removed me from my restaurant. My question is, is the landlord allowed to do this under commercial law?