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I am trying to do the correct legal route to evict my long term boyfriend from my home. He refuses to leave after multiple requests. Its been months.

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Real Estate Lawyer: Attyadvisor, Attorney replied 8 months ago

If he will not leave after you have asked him you treat this as any eviction. You would start by providing eviction notice to him. Let me pull up the forms as well as the procedure for you.

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Real Estate Lawyer: Attyadvisor, Attorney replied 8 months ago

"Even if you gave that person permission to enter the property, your guest must leave when you ask. If a guest or squatter refuses to leave, you may seek eviction by filing a "wrongful detainer" action in District Court. "Wrongful detainer" means to hold possession of real property (house, apartment, building, land) without the right of possession. Even if you gave that person permission to enter the property, your guest must leave when you ask. If a guest or squatter refuses to leave, you may seek eviction by filing a "wrongful detainer" action in District Court. "Wrongful detainer" means to hold possession of real property (house, apartment, building, land) without the right of possession." https://www.peoples-law.org/house-guest-or-squatter-refuses-leave

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Real Estate Lawyer: Attyadvisor, Attorney replied 8 months ago

"How to Evict Someone Who Lives With You

Evicting a tenant is a fairly simple process. But what if you need to evict a roommate? What if there’s a family member who just won’t leave? How do you handle evicting someone who lives with you?"

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Real Estate Lawyer: Attyadvisor, Attorney replied 8 months ago

Where in Maryland are you located so I can provide a link for local Attorneys that provide FREE consultations that could assist you?

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Please ignore the opt out. I am still here to assist with your question.

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I am located in Baltimore County. Closest to Towson/Parkville, MD (8413 Oakleigh Road, Parkville, MD 21234)
Real Estate Lawyer: Attyadvisor, Attorney replied 8 months ago

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