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Online Tenant Landlord Complaint Form

To file a complaint, complete all required fields listed below.

Important: Maine CDC will not accept anonymous complaints.

            Maine residents who have a complaint concerning a property owner (landlord) may file a complaint by completing the following complaint form.
            This complaint and the information provided will be used in an effort to resolve the problem and will typically be shared with the party complained against. It may also be used to enforce applicable state laws.

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Your information:

You have the option of remaining anonymous. However, if you do not complete these fields, we will not be able to assist you.




(Example: xxx-xxx-xxxx)

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Call me between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at:

Information about the Property owner your complaint is against:

Information about your complaint:

Did you sign a written agreement or lease?

(MM/DD/YYYY  | Can't be future date)

Were you provided a copy of the agreement or lease?
(If yes, please email a copy or upload documents at the bottom of the page)

Did you receive a check-in list?
(If yes, please provide a copy)

Before you agreed to rent, were you promised repairs?

Were the promises to make repairs put in writing?
(If yes, please provide a copy)

Were the repairs completed?

Were the repairs completed by specified date?

Has a building inspector/town Code Enforcement Officer ordered the landlord to make repairs?

(MM/DD/YYYY  | Can't be future date)

(If known)

Did you notify the landlord you planned to move?

(MM/DD/YYYY  | Can't be future date)

How did you notify the landlord you planned to move?
(Please provide a copy)

Did you get a written statement accounting for the amounts withheld?
(If yes, please provide a copy)

Have you received a written eviction notice?
(If yes, please provide a copy)


Have you started court action?

By submitting this form, I state that the information contained is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.