Maine Standard Residential Lease Template
TheMaine Standard Residential Lease Agreement Template is an agreement between a landlord and a tenant.
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The agreement details the address of the property being leased, as well as the lease term start date, length of lease, and details of any agent employed to manage the residence. The total rent for the term of the lease can be entered, as well as the monthly rent that is due, and instructions on how the rent will be collected. There is also sections on late charges, and additional charges. There is a security deposit agreement laid out where the lessee will give the landlord a security deposit, and that the security deposit should be returned without interest less any damage charges, returned no more than 30 days after tenancy ends. There are sections in the rental lease agreement detailing cleaning fees, possession, subletting, abandonment, and the landlord's right of entry to the property, as well as a list of which utilities the landlord and tenant will be responsible for. Details of maintenance and repairs are included in the rental agreement. A section follows detailing that pets are allowed on the premises and which specific pets. Finally there is a section detailing the waiver, terms, and governing law. The rental agreement ends with a section for signatures from both parties, the landlord and tenant(s), and a section on lead-based paints. This lease form provides an easy and quick way for landlords and tenants in Maine to efficiently enter into a rental agreement for the landlord's property.
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