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A Florida Tenant can be evicted if they have an unauthorized pet

Most Florida Residential Leases contain a provision regarding a Tenant's Right to have a pet.  While many Landlords allow them, some forbid it.  As a result, a Florida Tenant can be evicted if they have an unauthorized pet.   However, a process must be followed.  Therefore, if you discover that your [...]

Can South Florida Landlords Recover Rent lost during the Pandemic?

The CDC Declaration allows some South Florida Tenants to remain in the property until June  30, 2021 without paying rent.    While this creates financial problems for Landlords, Tenants are still responsible to pay. Accordingly, this leads to the bigger question: Can Landlords recover rent lost during the Pandemic?  If [...]

Attorney Representation for Buyers and Sellers in Broward County

It is without question that purchasing or selling a home is a major event in a person's life. It can dramatically affect their future.  Therefore, it is important that when making this decision, you are given all the necessary information.  Contact The Law Office of Brian P. Kowal, PA at [...]

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Is it a Landlord’s Responsibility to Remove an Unauthorized Individual in Florida?

Some Tenants allow individuals to live in the property without the Landlord's consent.  This is a violation of the lease.  As a result, a Landlord can remove the them.  However, they must take the proper steps.  Therefore, if you need to remove an unauthorized individual in Florida,  contact the Law [...]

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 [...]