If a Month-to-Month Tenant pays rent during the three day notice period, can a Landlord still evict them?
A residential lease that lasts for a year can be beneficial to both a Landlord and a Tenant. The Tenant knows that if they pay rent on time every month, they can continue to reside in the property without fear of being given a termination notice that their lease is [...]
If a Tenant receives a Writ of Possession from the Sherriff in Florida, are they still able to respond to the Court?
When the Sherriff in Florida Posts a Writ of Possession on a Tenant’s Door, the Tenant has twenty-four (24) hours to vacate the property. At this stage of the Eviction the Tenant has very few rights. It does not mean that they are prohibited from filing a response with the [...]
After a Tenant is served with a three (3) day notice in the State of Florida, they have either three (3) days to pay the Landlord the amount stated in the notice or vacate the property. If the Tenant decides not to pay the rent but remain in the property, [...]
A 7 day Notice to Cure can benefit both Landlords and Tenants. Florida Statute 83.56 and 83.60 govern the 7 Day Notice Process. A Landlord can give a Tenant a 7 Day notice to Cure if the Tenant has failed to maintain the property or committed violations unrelated to rent. [...]
Are you a homeowner in Broward County FL and need to remove your son or daughter from your property? Many homeowners in Broward County believe that removing a child that does not pay rent and does not have a lease is through the Eviction Process. This is inaccurate. The [...]