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Direitos dos Locatários de Maine: Despejo

Direitos dos Locatários de Maine: Despejo (Portuguese) Introdução Esse artigo responde algumas perguntas comuns que locatários no Maine têm sobre seus direitos. Cada estado possui diferentes leis que protegem os locatários - esse artigo trata apenas da lei no estado do Maine.
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Motéis, Hotéis, e Pensões

Recursos Importantes para Evitar o Despejo Sendo despejado? Preocupado que possa ser logo?
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Service and Assistance Animals in Maine: What's the difference, and what are my rights?

Introduction If you have a disability, and you have an animal that helps you with that disability, you may have the right to bring that animal into places where you wouldn’t be allowed to bring a pet.  
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What happens if I am sued for a debt in Maine District Court?

What happens if I am sued for a debt in district court?   If you are sued for a debt in district court, the creditor is the Plaintiff and you are the Defendant.  
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Maine State Housing Authority Emergency Rental Assistance Program FAQ

Maine State Housing Authority’s Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program provided money to help renters pay for rent, electric bills, or other expenses to help avoid homelessness.  Right now, Maine State Housing Authority is not accepting applications for ERA as of September 30, 2022. This means you cannot apply for ERA with MSHA or any other… More
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Portland Maine Landlord Tenant Rules

Important Resources to Prevent Eviction Getting evicted? Worried you might be soon?
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Rights of Maine Renters: Eviction

Can my landlord turn off my utilities or change the locks on my door or kick me out without going to court? No. It is illegal for your landlord to throw you out by force. Your landlord must get a court order before they evict you.
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Rights of Maine Renters: Discrimination

Landlords may not discriminate against you because of your: race, color, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental impairment, religion, ancestry or national origin, getting welfare, being a single parent, being pregnant or having children. This means that a landlord cannot refuse to rent to you, charge you extra, or evict you for any of these… More
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Rights of Maine Renters: Unsafe or Unfit Housing

Maine law gives tenants an "implied warranty of habitability." This means that your landlord must promise that your home is safe and fit to live in.