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Montana Security Deposit Laws for Landlords and Tenants
Montana has no state law limiting security deposits. However, nonrefundable fees are not permitted.
Free Legal Aid provides useful information about eviction. In addition to the video here, be sure you check out other resources.
In Montana, a landlord must give a tenant an opportunity to pay rent before proceeding with an eviction lawsuit against the tenant. This article will explain what the landlord must do when trying to evict the tenant for failing to pay rent. check to learn more.
This is a form that's going to make it more streamlined for tenants who want to apply to rent from you. How it works is a tenant fills out the application for rental, pays a fee, and then you follow the legal requirements to either approve or disapprove them. check to learn more.
The Montana eviction notice form can be used in all situations where landlord can legally evict a tenant in Montana. In Montana, you can file an Action for Possession in City Court, Municipal Court, Justice Court, or District Court. check to learn more.
Montana Fair Housing is a full service, private, non-profit organization dedicated to the reduction and eradication of housing discrimination in our state. check to learn more.
The Montana Attorney General’s Office provides the following general information to assist landlords and renters in the state. A tenant’s rights and responsibilities are determined by the rental agreement and the Montana Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. check to learn more.