Bourque Clegg Causey & Morin has a full-service landlord/tenant division. We have helped both commercial and residential landlords, property managers, and mobile home park owners navigate highly technical statutes and regulations related to landlord/tenant law. We can provide assistance with:
- Drafting commercial and residential leases, leases with options to purchase, and life leases
- Evictions from mobile home parks, residential housing, and Section 8 housing
- Holdover tenants
- Abandoned property
- Security deposits
- Maine Human Rights Commission Complaints, including service and assistance animal complaints
- Retaliation claims
Landlords may evict tenants with leases or without, for nonpayment of rent, or for violations of lease terms or law, or for no reason at all under certain circumstances. Maine law require that landlords use very specific language and properly serve notices. Tenants have access to low or no cost legal services through various legal services providers, and their experienced attorneys will identify any and every deficiency if the letter of the law is not strictly followed. We here at Bourque Clegg Causey & Morin have represented landlords in dozens of cases and can ensure that the process is done accurately from the start, saving you time and money.
Additionally, our attorneys have also vigorously defended property owners in front of the Maine Human Rights Commission. If a complaint has been filed against you for housing discrimination on any grounds, please schedule a consultation today.
For your Landlord/Tenant needs, your best first call is to Bourque Clegg Causey & Morin at (207) 324-4422.