Mr. Brinkmeier is correct. If you do not pay your rent, you can be evicted in any season or month of the year.
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Although these attorneys are correct, there are some protections for tenants in Maine. They are summarized very well at ptla.org. Your landlord needs to give you notice, time to pay the rent, attend a court hearing of which you can participate, and try to mediate your dispute. This all takes a minimum of 30 days, and if you pay the rent during any of this, it prevents your eviction. This is regardless of what your lease says - it's required by law. Even if there's a new owner, even if there's no lease. Good luck.
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