I haven't received anything after the petition for warrant of restitution that was dated before my court date and I was wondering if I will receive an actual eviction notice before they evict me?
You should receive a copy of the Warrant of Restitution but that would be the only document you would receive. If you have the case number, you can check with the Landlord Tenant clerk in Hyattsville as to whether the Warrant of Restitution has been issued. If it has been issued, you need to either pay all rent and costs due (if the warrant is redeemable) or otherwise make sure you vacate prior to eviction by the Sheriff.See question
I have people harassing me and spreading such hate.. It's lies that do real damage and it's hate based..
Do not expect an attorney to handle your claim on a contingency fee basis because defamation cases are hard to win and enforcement of a judgment is even harder. You need to be able to afford representation on an hourly basis.See question
I was given a vacate notice
Return of your security deposit is a post-occupancy issue. If you vacate at the termination of your tenancy, the landlord has 45 days to either return your security deposit and accrued interest or provide you written notice sent by first class mail as to why the landlord is withholding all or part of your security deposit plus accrued interest.See question
I did not pay rent this week of $125 what's the eviction process
The landlord can, at any time, file for possession for non-payment of rent in District Court. If the landlord does so, a court date will be set. As long as you pay the rent due prior to eviction, you'll get to stay (unless there are four judgments for non-payment of rent entered against you in a 12 month period).See question
I have received a flyer, stating that I will be evicted on 14/and or 15. I only owe for this month. In still I have no court papers for any thing. Plus,they gave me another flyer two days later.
If the flyer has a case number, you can contact the landlord tenant clerk in Hyattsville to find out about what happened in the case. If a judgment for possession was entered, you may have the basis to file a motion to vacate the judgment. You must act quickly.See question
Ok long story short fiancée has lived in apartment for a good while I moved in about two years ago. This other lady moves in after these other tenants move out of apartment 1. In the 5 mibths she has lived her it has been hell. She is finally bein...
It sounds as if you need to pressure your landlord as much as possible to evict this tenant. You might also see if your county has a landlord tenant office. If so, that office might be helpful.See question
I ended up giving birth 3months sooner than I was supposed to and was out of work without pay for 8weeks. Needless to say I was behind on a lot of bill by the time I came back to work and haven't been able to catch up since. Pretty much I have bee...
You need to check with the clerk of the District Court in Baltimore City whether a judgment for possession has been entered concerning non-payment of the late fees. If so, you need to pay that amount plus the court costs to stop eviction. Yes, you can be evicted for failure to pay late fees.See question
Hello, We would like to end our lease and our leasing office say we have to pay 2 months rent, yet that is not defined anywhere within our lease agreement. Are we liable for this? They mentioned Montgomery County doesn't require them to put the...
The advantage of negotiating a lease termination agreement in writing is that you won't have to face litigation. The demand of 2 months rent is reasonable, particularly in comparison to the costs, stress and uncertainty of litigation.See question
l have restaurant business that are month to month tram now and Im behind on about 4month rent how long would them to evict me? 30days? 60 days? how long would take them to process the court order? don't they have to notify me?
It takes at least two months from the filing of a landlord tenant action by the landlord for possession to evict. The quickest route for the landlord is to file for non-payment of rent.See question
In the rent escrow case, how many days ahead of the initial trial, the defendant has to be served? Can the Plaintiff serve through his father?
You need to ask the District Court clerk about service and how much before trial the service needs to be effectuated. If service is not made in the required time, the trial date can be continued, which gives you more time to serve.See question