Eviction Lawyer Pembroke Pines Florida – The Importance of an Eviction Lawyer fighting for you

It is important that Landlords and Tenants know their rights.   Specifically, Landlords and Tenants should understand how the Eviction Process affects them.   Whether it’s a non-paying Tenant or a property not being maintained, an Eviction Lawyer will guide you. Call the Law Office of Brian P. Kowal, PA at (954) 990-7552 to learn about your rights.

What benefits does an Eviction Lawyer provide for Landlords?

  1. Removing Tenants that have failed to pay their rent.

a.  Tenant Served with 3 Day Notice

  • Tenant pays rent. Paying rent allows the Tenant to stay in the property. In other words, the Landlord cannot proceed with Eviction if they pay during the 3 days.
  • Tenant leaves property.   The Landlord cannot proceed with the Eviction.   In other words, you cannot file an Eviction against someone that no longer lives in the property.
  • Tenant remains in the property without paying rent. The Landlord can file the Eviction. As a result, the Tenant will be removed.

b. Tenant served with an Eviction Complaint

Services Provided to Landlords

  1. Evicting Tenants that do not pay their rent.
  2. Serving Tenants with 7 Day Notices for violations of the lease.
  3. Filing Lawsuits to help Landlords recover the Security Deposit.
  4. Preparing Leases
  5. Lawsuits against Tenants for unpaid rent or damage to the property.

If you are a Landlord and need an Lawyer to remove a Tenant, contact your local Eviction Lawyer Pembroke Pines Florida at (954) 990-7552.

How can an Eviction Lawyer help Tenants?

Time and Time again our office meets with Tenants that are unaware of their rights.  For example, many were not aware that they can send notices to their Landlord for not maintaining the property.  Secondly, they are not aware that they can terminate their lease.  Therefore, if you are a Tenant, contact our office at (954) 990-7552.

What rights does a Tenant have?

Tenant’s Right to Withhold Rent

Florida Statute 83.60(1)(b)  allows a Tenant to withhold rent.  The Tenant must give the Landlord 7 days to cure the violations.  If the violations are not cured within 7 days, the Tenant can withhold rent. Although a Landlord can still try to Evict a Tenant that withholds rent, they will likely lose if the Tenant follows the statute.

Tenant’s Right to Terminate a Lease

Florida Statute 83.56(1) allows a Tenant to terminate a lease.  Accordingly, they have the right to terminate the lease if the Landlord has failed to comply with Florida Statute 83.51. However, theymust give the Landlord a 7 Day notice to fix the violation.   As a result, once a Landlord receives a 7 Day Notice, they usually fix the violation immediately.

In short, to learn about your rights as a Tenant, contact your Eviction Lawyer Pembroke Pines, Florida at (954) 990-7552.