Maryland Landlord Self-Help Eviction Legal Kit – Give Your Tenant The Boot
The Maryland Landlord Self-Help Eviction Legal Kit is a kit designed for Maryland landlords that cannot afford attorneys. The e-book contains plain language explanations of landlord-tenant laws and strategies that I have used in my practice to evict bad tenants. The Maryland law folder contains printable PDFs of many common landlord tenant laws. The sample pleading folder contains sample completed complaints for the most common complaints to evict tenants. Lastly, the sample oral argument folder contains sample oral arguments for merits hearings.
Landlords invest in rental property in order to get a better return on their money than what the banks can give them. Unfortunately, the same tenants that landlords thought would become a reliable source of income instead become a money pit. This pit comes in the form of lost time, energy, property damage, and expensive legal fees. In a way, I am a part of the problem
This legal kit seeks to eliminate the problem by sharing the tactics that I have used to represent landlords in landlord-tenant court to evict many tenants. Many landlords cannot afford attorneys and this kit is designed to help landlords help themselves. Nevertheless, it is not a substitute for legal advice. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need advice specific to your situation.
The Maryland Landlord Eviction E-Book
The first part of the Maryland Landlord Eviction Kit is the Maryland Landlord Eviction Strategy E-book. The e-book contains plain language explanations of Maryland landlord-tenant law that is commonly relied upon in court and the strategies that I use to evict tenants and receive the best money judgments possible. I have used these strategies to evict many tenants.
The Maryland Law Folder
This folder section contains printable Maryland landlord-tenant laws that are referenced in the strategies section. When relying on laws to make arguments it is a good idea to have printed versions of the in hand. I used to take judges’ knowledge of the law for granted. “This Judge is in landlord-tenant court way more often than I am, it’s his job, I thought to myself.” However, that Judge once delayed a case of mine because we disagreed on a point of law and I did not have the law with me. From that point on I made sure to print out the law that supports my position. Judges can be wrong.
The Sample Pleading Folder
The sample folder contains sample completed complaints to evict tenants, sample notices, and a sample rental ledger agreement. They include:
- Completed Failure To Pay Rent Complaint Sample
- Completed Tenant Holding Over Complaint Sample
- Completed Breach of Lease Complaint Sample
- Completed Wrongful Detainer Complaint Sample
- Sample notices to vacate and to cure breach of lease
- Sample Completed Warrant for Restitution
- Sample rental history ledger
Sample Oral Argument Folder
The sample oral argument folder contains sample oral arguments for merit hearings. They include:
- Sample failure to pay rent oral argument
- Sample tenant holding over oral argument
- Sample breach of lease oral argument
- Sample wrongful detainer oral argument
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Software is required
The files in the Maryland Landlord Self-Help Eviction Legal Kit are mostly PDF. The rental history ledger is in Microsoft Excel format. You can use a free application such as adobe reader than can open the PDFs.
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