We’ve put together this breakdown of the key things landlords should know about Florida landlord-tenant laws.
Overview of Landlord-Tenant Laws in Florida
Both landlords and tenants should be able to deal with many legal questions and problems without a lawyer, once they understand the basics of state law. This overview of key landlord-tenant laws in Florida will get you started. Required Landlord Disclosures in Florida Under Florida law, landlords must
Landlord’s Right to Enter Rental Property in Florida
Worried that your landlord is snooping around your apartment when you’re not around, especially if you’re on vacation? Wondering if the property manager can just enter your place any time to make a repair that you haven’t requested? What are your rights when it comes to your landlord showing your
The Eviction Process in Florida
In Florida, a landlord can evict a tenant for a variety of reasons, but the landlord must terminate the tenancy first. Here's how landlords can legally terminate a tenancy in Florida.
Handling a Tenant's Abandoned Property in Florida
Learn the rules landlords in Florida must follow to deal with property abandoned by a tenant.
Florida Security Deposit Limits and Deadlines
A breakdown of Florida landlord-tenant laws on security deposits.
Florida Rules Regarding Mold in Rental Properties
Here's what Florida landlords (and tenants) need to know about mold and the law.
Florida Notice Requirements to Terminate a Month-to-Month Tenancy
Find out how much advance notice you or the landlord must provide to terminate a rental agreement that runs month-to-month in Florida.
Florida Landlord's Guide to Security Deposit Disputes in Small Claims Court
Even the most meticulous landlord may be sued by a tenant over the return of a security deposit.
Filing a Security Deposit Lawsuit in Florida Small Claims Court
Here’s an overview of the steps involved with filing a security deposit lawsuit in Florida.
Eviction Notices for Lease Violations in Florida
Laws in Florida allow a landlord to evict a tenant for violating a portion of the lease or rental agreement. Examples of lease violations include having pets when none are allowed or destroying part of the rental unit, . This article explains the how a tenant can be evicted for lease violations under
Eviction Notices for Nonpayment of Rent in Florida
Landlords have the option to evict a tenant who does not pay rent in Florida. Here’s how.
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