A Maine room rental agreement is a legal document detailing the living arrangement between a primary tenant leasing a property and another tenant renting a single room. It allows for a shared living situation and explains each tenant’s financial obligations, including rent payments, security deposits, and utilities.
This document is ideal for governing the relationship between a primary tenant and other tenants, as it declares all parties’ responsibilities and rights pertaining to the property under state law.
After How Long Does a Guest Become a Tenant in Maine?
According to Maine Statutes Title 14, Chapter 710 (Rental Property), a guest becomes a tenant when they stay for more than 14 days within a six-month period. State law also specifies that a guest who rents without an official lease is technically a “tenant at will.”