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This classroom will walk you through the basics of security deposits in Maine, from what you should do before you move in, to what you can do if you don't get your deposit back when you move out. It explains what security deposits are, and steps you can take to make sure you get your deposit back when you move out.
The agreement you make with your landlord affects what rights you will have. You may sign a written agreement called a lease. When you rent without a lease, you become a "tenant at will."
Esta clase le mostrará las nociones básicas sobre los depósitos de alquiler en el Estado de Maine, desde qué debe hacer antes de mudarse hasta que puede hacer en caso de que no le sea devuelto el depósito cuando termine el alquiler.
How to find out where your you landlord is holding your security deposit.
Kit me Dwoko Wel Cente me ot ma gi Keto Piny Cen PTLA #633AC
Comment récupérer votre dépôt de garantie PTLA #633FR
How do I know if I can get a tax refund? In Maine, when you stay in some kinds of short term rentals, like a hotel or motel room, you pay a state sales tax.  If you stay more than 28 days you may be entitled to a refund of the tax you paid. First, you must have rented:
Although Maine law is fairly clear on many tenant issues (see Rights of Tenants in Maine), the laws are less clear about the rights of people who live in motels, hotels and rooming houses.