Check out these links for more information:
The following Ejectment Complaint Packet (Philadelphia) is available at courts.phila.gov/forms (located under Court of Common Pleas Trial Division - Civil > Commencement Filing Forms).
Here is some information from the packet:
"The Elder Justice & Civil Resource Center (the “Center”) is a court-operated resource center located in City Hall. The Center provides assistance for all Philadelphians in civil court matters, with a focus on serving individuals 60 and older and self represented litigants. Managed by the First Judicial District Office of Judicial Records, Civil Division..."
Location: Room 278, City Hall, Philadelphia
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Philadelphia Code § 10-840: Criminal and Defiant Trespassers
This section of the Philadelphia Code discusses ejectment.
Complaint in Ejectment: Fees for Service Philadelphia Sheriff's Office
This webpage from the Philadelphia Sheriff's Office gives information on the potential cost to have a sheriff serve a complaint in ejectment.
According to the (Philadelphia's) Mayor's Taskforce on Eviction Prevention and Response: Report and Recommendations (June 2018):
Ejectment: "unlike eviction, which is the legal method of removing a tenant when a landlord relationship exists and the tenant is someone paying rent and/or has a lease, ejectment is the legal method of removing someone who is not a tenant. If there is no lease or rent is not being paid, then an owner who wants to remove an occupant must pursue ejectment. While eviction cases occur in Landlord-Tenant Court, ejectment matters are handed in the Court of Common Pleas, which often requires the assistance of an attorney." - Glossary of Terms (Appendix IX, p. 55).