Warrant of Restitution Maryland
What is a Warrant of Restitution?
If a landlord wins their failure to pay rent case, the court will order the tenant to vacate the property within 4 days. If the tenant has not moved out in the allotted timeframe, the landlord can request a warrant of restitution. This is the first step in the eviction process, as it directs the sheriff to allow the landlord to take possession the property. It allows the landlord to remove the tenant’s possession off of the property. During the eviction, the sheriff must be present.
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If a landlord does not file a warrant of restitution within 60 days from the judgment date, the judgment for possession will no longer be valid. You can read the full law here: MD Code, Real Prop. § 8-401
This Service Charge includes all required filing fees assessed by the District Court of Maryland. Also included are all forms required for the Agent to complete this necessary action. This is a flat fee, meaning there are no hidden fees associated with this service.