Baltimore City Ejectment Lawyer

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@Pablo Simmonds if they were formerly tenants then you have to go through the eviction process. Look up rent court agents in Baltimore to handle that for you. Rent court agents do not have to be attorneys.

If they are truly squatters they you file a "Wrongful Detainer" action. That will take an attorney.  Try Jeffrey Tapper in Owings Mills Md. or Anthony Onwuanibe from Golden trust title. Most real estate attorneys that deal with investors should be able to handle it. It is a pretty simple process.

Either will take about 2 - 3 months and cost maybe $200 tops. 

@Pablo Simmonds no, you are fortunate that they are squatters. Otherwise you could be in a catch 22, where you can't evict because you don't have a lead certificate, but you can't get a lead certificate without the tenants cooperation. 

Originally posted by @Ned Carey :

@Pablo Simmonds no, you are fortunate that they are squatters. Otherwise you could be in a catch 22, where you can't evict because you don't have a lead certificate, but you can't get a lead certificate without the tenants cooperation. 

So what do you do in this case?

 

@Eric H. there is always some way to get things done. How exactly is the best depends on the specific situation. If rules keep you from evicting based on non payment of rent you could also file breach lease.