Massachusetts Notice of Occupants’ Legal Rights & Responsibilities
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Massachusetts Landlords must provide all Tenants with this Notice of Occupants’ Legal Rights or post it in specific locations provided by the Massachusetts Code.
Document Last Modified: 6/17/2023
Notice of Occupants’ Legal Rights & Responsibilities
Title 105 of the Code of Massachusetts Regulations Section 410.400 requires that all property owners provide Tenants with a copy of the Notice of Legal Rights and Responsibilities.
Landlords can either provide Tenants with their own copy or post it adjacent to the mailboxes or in an interior location visible to all occupants. If it’s posted, it must be on durable material not less than 20 square inches in size.
We recommend that Landlords provide this Notice to all Tenants as an addendum to their Massachusetts Lease Agreement. This is an EZ way to ensure compliance with the regulation and to have documentation of compliance.
Massachusetts Rental Forms & Templates
- Massachusetts Residential Lease Agreement: Customize your Massachusetts Lease Package entirely online in about 15 minutes. Guaranteed to comply with all MA Lease laws.
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- Massachusetts 14-Day Notice to Quit for Nonpayment of Rent: This Notice should be used when a Tenant falls behind on rent. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
- Massachusetts 30-Day Notice to Quit: This Notice is used for Lease violations other than nonpayment of rent. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
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