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When does a Florida Landlord’s Right to Stop a Writ of Possession end?

After the Court enters a Final Judgment of Eviction,  the Clerk signs the Writ of Possession.  The Sheriff then posts it on the Tenant's door. However, a Florida Landlord's Right to Stop a Writ of Possession doesn't end until the final lockout.  If you have questions about your rights, contact [...]

How Long does it take to remove an Individual from a Purchased Foreclosed Property?

A Foreclosure Sale occurs after a Judgment is entered.  Thereafter, the successful bidder becomes the new owner. However, they may discover that an Individual is residing in the property.  This can be a headache.   Therefore, if you need to remove an Individual from a Purchased Foreclosed Property, contact the Law [...]

South Florida Landlords Can Amend the Complaint to Avoid the CDC Stay

The CDC Declaration has made it difficult for South Florida Landlords to evict Tenants for Non-Payment of Rent.  Unless they can prove that the Tenant does not qualify for protection, the Eviction will be stayed.  While this is frustrating, the good news is that South Florida Landlords can amend the [...]

Florida Evictions should be handled by Attorneys not Property Managers

A Landlord will achieve the best result by hiring a Broward County Eviction Attorney.  Without experience and knowledge of the Process, they need competent and aggressive representation to protect their rights.  Accordingly, Florida Evictions should be handled by Attorneys not Property Managers. If you need to remove your Tenant, contact [...]

Can South Florida Landlords include Two Notices on the same Document?

Some Landlords believe that when sending a Notice to a Tenant, it can be for one purpose.  This is not true.  The law does not prevent them from sending two notices on the same document to a Tenant.    This includes non-payment of rent, non-monetary violations, and termination of the [...]