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I was best friends with this female for along time since we were in elementary school. I seen her at a hair salon and she asked me to drop the charge I had against her. I told her I might. That was 3 weeks ago. Before that I seen her two summers ago and I gave her my phone number, however, she never called. Make a long story short, we were friends but then I ended up taking her to court so she got a little offended. And said I was trespassing.
I suppose to be trespassing because I came to her house to verify that was her house and when I verified it was her house, I told the person that answered the door that I will be back with the police to serve her with some documentation, but the police have to be present for me to give her the documents.
She then filed the next day that I was stalking her with the court. So I need to know what is the trespassing laws for condos. I called the leasing dept for the complex she lives but they said shes not renting, so she must own it as a condo.
Basically if I wasn't trespassing, then I wasn't stalking her, she never told me, a real estate agency or the police to tell me stay away. And then I returned anyway, which I thought was trespassing. But all trespassing laws are different. So I want to know what is the trespassing laws for Condo's in Maryland?
Also, can you determine if this property actually is real estate condo?XXXXXApt. 102, Annapolis, MD 21403?
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