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As you are joint owners of the property, he has no legal right to change the locks with out your consent, The same applies to you changing them.
Officially you need to go through the legal process. Have your solicitor chase him again, advice that if he fails to give access or supply a key, you will seek a court order against him.
Yes if you attend with a lock smith and gain entry without breaking the lock, as the property is your s that should be allowed.
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