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Squatter Removal

Squatter Removal

How we can legally remove squatters from property
  • Speak with the Squatter: The first step to legally remove a squatter is to speak with them directly. Explain the situation to them and ask them to leave. Offer to help with relocation expenses if you can.
  • Serve an Eviction Notice: If the squatter does not leave after speaking with them, you need to file an eviction notice with your local court. This will give them legal notice that they must leave the property.
  • File a Lawsuit: If the squatter still does not leave, you can file a lawsuit in your local court. This will allow you to seek a court order to have the squatters removed from your property.
  • Contact the Police: If the squatter still refuses to leave after the court orders them to do so, you can call the police and have them removed.
  • Change the Locks: Once the squatters have been removed, you should change the locks on the property to ensure they cannot return.
Secure the Property
How to secure property after squatters have been removed
  • Change the locks: To prevent future squatters from entering your property, change all the locks on the doors and windows. Make sure to get highquality locks that can‘t easily be picked or broken.
  • Install a security system: Installing a security system with motion sensors, cameras, and alarm systems is a great way to deter any squatters from returning.
  • Hire a property management company: Using a property management company can help you keep an eye on the property and make sure it is secure.
  • Install a fence: Installing a fence around the property is an effective way to keep out unwanted visitors. It can also be used to create a visible boundary that squatters can see.
  • Monitor the property: Regularly checking in on the property is an important step to make sure your property is secure.
  • Talk to neighbors: Letting your neighbors know that you have had an issue with squatters can help them be on the lookout for any suspicious activity.
  • File a police report: Filing a police report with the local police department can help them keep an eye on the area and ensure that no one is trespassing
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