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Everyone knows that Maine boasts delicious native foods, plentiful timbered areas, and a majestic coastline. As a landlord in Maine, it’s what you don’t know that may damage your business. For example, did you know that a rental in the Pine Tree State may require disclosures for lead and radon, as well as for energy efficiency? We not only offer these disclosures, but we also offer guidance about how to use them. And customized forms are just the beginning of the tremendous tips and tools on our site.

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Maine Residential Lease Agreements

Maine Lease When you need a new lease agreement, we have the ideal tool for you. We call it our Lease Builder Wizard. We’ll provide the legal options for a series of terms that you can consider. We will also point out key provisions in Maine’s Landlord-Tenant laws to keep in mind. Then you make all the decisions, and indicate your choices on seven screens of information. That’s all it takes! We’ll generate your professional, personalized Maine lease agreement. You can even create and attach any of dozens of informational documents, disclosures, and addenda. But don’t just take our word for it – click Create New Lease now to start creating your lease agreement right now!

Maine Landlord Forms

Maine Rental Forms Maine Complaint for Forced Entry & Detainer
After serving your tenants proper notice, this Maine Complaint for Forced Entry & Detainer is the next step to initiate court proceedings for an eviction.

Maine Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign!!!! Given Maine's landlord-tenant laws, it's critical Maine landlords use a Maine lease agreement, which we provide including law tips as you go.

Maine Energy Efficient Disclosure Form
This required disclosure lists the aspects of a rental property that influence the amount of energy that the property is likely to use.

Maine Residential Rental Property Lead Disclosure Statement
Before renting pre-1978 housing, a landlord must disclose the presence of known lead-based paint hazards in the dwelling with this form.

Maine Radon Disclosure
The Maine Radon Disclosure is a written statement that must be given to each tenant, informing them of the risks of radon exposure.

Maine 7 Day Demand for Rent
This is first step in the eviction process and used when a tenant is at least 7 days behind on rent. Use this notice if you wish to file for an eviction.

Maine 7 Day Notice to Vacate
The Maine 7 Day Notice to Vacate is used when the landlord has a legitimate legal reason, that is for any violation EXCEPT non-payment of rent, for eviction.

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Maine Attorneys

Maine Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Christopher R. Largay
Largay Law Offices, P.A.
www.largaylaw.com/lawyer-attorney-1133733.html
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Bangor, ME
  Joseph Mathew Pickering
Largay Law Offices, P.A.
www.largaylaw.com
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Bangor, ME

Maine Links and Resources

Maine Rental Resources Maine Consumer Law Guide for Landlord and Tenant
Useful information concerning Consumer's Rights when Renting an Apartment.
www.maine.gov/tools/whatsnew/index.php?topic=agoffice_consumer_law_guide&v=article&id=27933

Maine Real Estate Investment Clubs

Maine Landlord Clubs
Southern Maine Real Estate Investors Association, Portland, ME
www.mainereia.com
Meeting Time: Second Wednesday of each month, 6:30pm  More Maine Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Maine Real Estate Investment Articles

Maine Rental Articles
Maine Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted September 3, 2009
This summary of Maine landlord-tenant regulations is provided courtesy of ezLandlordForms and attorney Joseph Mathew Pickering, Esq.

My Tenant Backed Out of the Lease - Now What?
Posted December 22, 2016
You gathered a pile of applications for your rental property. You narrowed it to several finalists and, after screening a few backgrounds, you finally settled on the best candidate for your next tenant. Now, that tenant is backing out of the lease at the very last minute. What should you do, besides tearing your hair out? It depends on whether or not the tenant signed your lease agreement, and whether you obtained a Hold Deposit. Also, did your lease include an Early Termination clause? Know the answers to these questions before reading further - they matter!

Why Does Eviction Take So Long?
Posted December 13, 2016
You want your tenants out and you want them out today. You have been more than patient, your tenants are taking advantage of you, and things are only going to get worse. So, why can't you just kick them out immediately? Wouldn't any judge understand that eviction is appropriate under these typical scenarios? • Tenants haven't paid rent in months. • Tenants let other people move in and never told you or asked permission. • The last time tenants let you in to inspect, you saw the unit was trashed. These examples – among many others – are lease violations and landlords do not have to put up with them. And, yes, action is definitely called for. Unfortunately, far too many landlords make wrong assumptions about the action they are per

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