The 3 day notice to pay or vacate in Florida is the most commonly-used landlord-tenant form to enforce the lease agreement. In Florida, F.S. 83.56(3) requires that the landlord provide the tenant with notice to pay back rent before being able to file an eviction. Florida courts have ruled on many issues involving this 3…
The following is an overview of the eviction process in Florida. I. LEASE TERMINATION Before an eviction can be filed, the tenant must be terminated based on a terminable event, such as, the tenant’s failure to pay rent, cure a lease violation, committing a non-curable violation, or failure to vacate when the lease is terminated….
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law several changes to the Florida Residential Landlord-Tenant Act that affect landlords, property managers, and investors.
In any type of legal action, a settlement agreement is normally an option for the parties to resolve the case.
Security deposit disputes are one of the most common contentions and issues in landlord-tenant relationships and law.
A recent county court decision in an eviction case reveals how judges can view and rule on landlord-tenant issues and rent payment credits for tenant improvements.
Landlord-Tenant law is driven largely by notices. Without the delivery of proper notices to the tenant, landlords will lose the remedy to enforce the lease and tenant obligations.
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Landlords in Florida must handle security deposits in a proper and timely manner. Otherwise, the landlord could lose any security deposit the tenant deposits for the faithful performance of the lease and potentially be sued by the tenant for improper or untimely claims. To be successful in this area of the rental business, a landlord…
If a tenant fails to pay rent by the due date, the landlord may deliver a written notice to pay or vacate while assuring certain requirements are met.
Many residential tenants are on a month-to-month tenancy created as a verbal rental agreement.
The vast majority of eviction actions are based on non-payment of rent, but many times, the landlord has other grounds for terminating the tenancy.