they moved in 11/2012 when we all lived on a farm in baltimore,county,they have a young child also.they havent paid out any monies,claiming they do not make enough to survive our lease ran out on farm n we moved to smaller house in same county,my wife felt sorry for the kid,so they went with us, but still not a dime in rent,they do not buy food or drink of any kind,he even totaled our only vehical
oh yea no lease between us
nothi.g just asked them to to pay rent or get out,they said they have no $ or place to go,they are draing us dry,and we have a disabled son
Thank you for your follow-up.In this situation the requirement is that you must provide them with a written notice to quit the premises, which must grant them 30 days to leave. This is because while they are not technically tenants, they are still considered to be lawful occupants on your land. An occupant is treated as a 'month-to-month' tenant and is afforded the same rights under law. That grants them the right to first be served with notice under which they are given that period of time to quit the premises. This notice has to be either sent to them by certified mail (to prove notice), physically handed over to them, or affixed to their bedroom door. Then, if they are on premises beyond those 30 days, you would need to take a copy of this notice to your local county courthouse and file there for an eviction. The other party will be served with a copy of your complaint and a summons to court. Then, if you prevail in court you will obtain a writ of possession. This writ then has to be given to the sheriff who ultimately forcibly ejects them from the premises if they still remain on your land.Hope that helps.
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