Basic information about evicting a tenant in Florida
Understand the Florida eviction process. You don't want the process stalled because you didn't understand the different steps. You don't want the eviction thrown out of court at the last minute because you did not properly fill out the appropriate notice.
Under certain circumstances including endangerment of other tenants, Florida Chapter 83 allows for a 7-Day Notice Without Opportunity to Cure. In the case of less severe non-compliance with the lease or rental agreement, a 7-Day Notice to Cure Noncompliance or Vacate Premises can be served. Read an explanation of 7-Day Notices, tenant abandonment, evicting without specific lease and eviction of a member of US Armed Forces. Sample forms are included.
Information on this website is not a substitute for professional legal advice or services. Each situation has its own peculiarities and laws frequently change. Uou should always seek the advice of legal counsel when a legal matter arises. Find eviction lawyers in Florida counties.
In order to minimize vacancy, screen tenants, better handle trouble tenants and to carry out evictions when necessary, it may pay to hire a professional property manager. Read answers to FAQ about hiring property managers for pointers about what to look for when hiring a property manager.
See all of Chapter 83 and brochure about Landlord/Tenant Law