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    I have been a tenant at will since June of 2006. My landlord approached me with a new lease and raised the rent from $550.00 to $700.00 which I felt was unreasonable so I refused to sign. Since that time I have been paying him the $550.00 and he has been accepting it. He approached me on the 12th of October to tell me he had rented my space and I needed to be out by Nov.1. This is a retail business and I need some time to liquidate my stock and make arrangements to pack and store what is left. Do I have any legal leg to stand on seeing as there is no signed lease in place? I live and work in the state of Maine. Thank you for helping me with this problem. Ellen Cronin

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    unfortunately theres little you can do since you dont have a lease. the only thing you can really do is talk to the landlord and see if hell agree to give you a little more time


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      Thanks very much for your time


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