Florida Three Day Notice

    Did you receive a Florida Three Day Notice? In Florida, the first step in the eviction process for non-payment, a landlord is required to give a tenant or tenants notice of intent to terminate the lease agreement (see Florida Statute 83.56 regarding notice). If the tenant has failed

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Florida Notice of Non-Renewal

A Florida Notice of Non-Renewal (residential tenancy) can be drafted by either the Landlord (Owner, Manager, Agent) or the Tenant. The Florida Notice of Non-Renewal gives the other party to the Lease notice that at the end of the Lease term, the party providing the notice will not be renewing

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Florida Landlord Attorney Representation

Florida Landlord Attorney Representation Are you a Landlord in Palm Beach County or South Florida? The experienced Landlord Attorneys and support staff at The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC assist Florida Landlords in the following areas: Negotiating, drafting, and review of commercial and residential leases, Violation/breach of lease provisions,

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Motion To Determine Rent

My office is always asked by both Tenant and Landlords what is a Motion to Determine Rent?  Once an Eviction Complaint is served on the Tenants for non-payment of rent,  the Tenant has five (5) days to file an Answer. If a Tenant files an Answer, per Florida law, the tenant most

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Received Three Day Notice Florida

Have you received a Three Day Notice in Florida? Pursuant to Florida Statute 83.56(3), when a tenant fails to pay the monthly rental payment, a Landlord sends the Tenant a Three Day Notice to Pay or vacate. If the Tenant fails to pay the monthly rental payment during those three

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Florida Landlord Tenant Notice

Are you a Florida Landlord who is having issues with your Florida Residential Tenant? Is your Florida Tenant not paying Rent? Is their a non-monetary breach of the Florida Lease? Is it just time for your Tenant to leave? In Florida, Landlord & Tenant – Eviction matters are governed by the

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Florida 3 Day Notice

What is a Florida 3 Day Notice? In order to have your Florida Tenant removed for non-payment of rent, a Florida 3 Day Notice is required. Per Florida Statute 83.56(3), the Florida 3 Day Notice must contain a statement declaring the amount indebted to the Landlord, the address of the

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Guest Won’t Leave House Florida

GUEST WON’T LEAVE HOUSE FLORIDA Are you a Palm Beach County Florida homeowner involved in a situation where you have an invited guest that has overstayed there welcome and will not leave your Palm Beach County Florida home? Do you own a home in Palm Beach County Florida and have had a

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Writ of Possession Florida

Once the Landlord obtains a judgment of eviction for possession against the Tenants, the Clerk of Court will be instructed by the Judge, pursuant to the Final Judgment of Eviction, to issue a writ to the county sheriff.  Pursuant to Florida Statute 83.61, this writ will describe the premises and

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Liquidated Damages Clause/Early Termination Fee FL

In Florida, a Tenant is legally responsible for paying the monthly rental payments as they become due and owing, pursuant to the Residential Lease Agreement.  What happens if the Tenant breaks the Florida Residential Lease Agreement and vacates the property early?  In many situations, the Tenant breaks the lease without

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Motion to Determine Rent Florida

What is a Motion to Determine Rent in Florida? As a background, the Landlord first served a Tenant a three (3) day Notice to Pay/Vacate and then filed a Complaint for Tenant Eviction based on non-payment of rent.  Within the five (5) day statutory timeframe, the Tenant has filed what

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Prohibited Provisions Florida Residential Lease

In Florida, the written residential lease is the most important document a Landlord or a Tenant can have. The residential lease dictates the duties and responsibilities of the Landlord as well as the Tenant. If any portion of the residential lease is not adhered to, an action for eviction may

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Delray Beach FL Landlord Eviction Attorneys

LANDLORD REPRESENTATION IN DELRAY BEACH FL Negotiating, drafting, and review of commercial and residential leases; Violation/breach of lease provisions; Noise violations; Fighting or other disruptive behavior; Too many occupants in a dwelling; Eviction Proceedings and Unlawful Detainer; Lawsuits for possession- see our Landlord Eviction Fee Schedule; Security deposit disputes; Failure

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Notice Requirements Florida Residential Tenant

Are you a Florida Tenant renting a residential property?  Has your lease expired?  Before deciding to vacate your Florida residential property, make sure to follow Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes by giving the correct NOTICE, so you don’t get yourself into a bind with your Landlord and set yourself

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Lake Worth FL Tenant Attorney

Lake Worth FL Tenant Attorney Tenant(s) Rights Representation in Lake Worth, Florida Is your Landlord Evicting you? Is your Landlord Evicting you without proper Court procedures? Is your Landlord discriminating against you? Is your Landlord refusing to make necessary repairs? Is your Landlord not fulfilling his/her promises? Is your Landlord

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Filing Florida Eviction

Filing Florida Eviction? Section 83.59, Florida Statutes, permits the landlord, the landlord’s attorney or a landlord’s agent to file a complaint for removal of a tenant.  As determined in Fla. Bar Re: Advisory Opinion Non-Lawyer Preparation of and Representation of Landlord and Uncontested Residential Eviction, 627 So. 2d 485 (Fla.

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Landlord Obtaining Possession Florida

  Landlord Obtaining Possession Florida? In Florida, there are three (3) ways a Landlord can obtain possession.  Specifically, they are by (1) Eviction (through the Court system); (2) Surrender; and (3) Abandonment.  This brief explanation always leads into the next question, what is Abandonment?  Per Florida Statute 83.59  (c)…”In the

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