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To file a complaint, you can use our General Complaint Form: Click here to file a complaint online. Click here to print, complete, and send in the form. Call the Consumer Protection Division Hotline at (410) 528-8662 Mon. -Fri. 9am - 3pm.
Filing a case requires four steps: Writing and filing the complaint. Paying the filing fee (or getting it waived) Notifying the party you are suing (this notification is usually called \u201cservice of process\u201d) Proving to the court that the party you are suing (the Defendant) has been served.
The District Court hears both civil cases \u2014 including claims up to $30,000, domestic violence cases, landlord/tenant disputes, replevin (the recovery of goods claimed to be wrongfully taken or held), and civil cases involving amounts at or less than $5,000 \u2014 and criminal cases.
You can file a complaint about your bank or lender with the Attorney General's Public Inquiry Unit....If Your Bank/Lender Is Not A Credit Union: Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (800-613-6743) Federal Reserve Board (800-851-1920) The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (877-275-3342)
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at 410-694-9380....Filing a Complaint Your full name, address, telephone number, and email address; The name of the judge, the court, and location of the court (County/City); The case name, case number, and date(s) of relevant court proceedings;
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There are three ways to serve someone: by certified mail, sheriff, and private process. Select how you wish to have the Defendant served by checking the box on your Complaint form. The clerk creates a summons and mails it to the defendant. The clerk will collect a fee for this service.
Complaints must be filed within the first 30 days of/or the first 1,000 miles of ownership. Contact the Automotive Safety Enforcement Division (ASED) of the Maryland State Police at (410) 768-1735 or (410) 768-7388.
Toll-free ADA Information Line: 800-514-0301 (TDD 800-514-0383)
If you have concerns regarding a title insurance claim, you may contact the Maryland Insurance Administration's Property & Casualty Consumer Complaints Unit at 410-468-2340 or toll free at 1-800-492-6116 and elect option three (3). Click here to file a title insurer claim complaint online through our website.
In Maryland, most cases must be filed within three years of the time when it was first possible to sue, but some must be filed sooner and some may be filed later. In order to commence an action, you must file a Complaint which will be supplied to you by the clerk of the court and you must pay certain court costs.

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