As the landlord for property in the state of Florida, you have certain rights and obligations that the law prescribes and your tenant also has certain rights and obligations that the law prescribes. When a tenant violates the terms of the lease agreement, you must understand your rights and obligations under Florida law and you must also understand your tenant's rights and obligations under Florida law, in order to ensure that you follow the best course of action to remedy the situation. It may be necessary to contact an experienced evictions attorney to protect your Florida landlord rights when your tenant violates the provisions of the lease.
Know Your Rights as a Landlord
Are you unsure about your rights and obligations under Florida law or unsure about the rights and obligations of your tenant under Florida law? Contact Jay L. Fabrikant, an experienced evictions lawyer, to explain those rights and obligations.
Under Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes, if your tenant has failed to comply with the terms of the lease, you are well within your rights to demand that the tenant remedy the non-compliance and then, if the tenant fails to do so, begin eviction proceedings. You have the right to regain possession of your own property when the terms of the lease you have entered into have not been properly upheld by the tenant. A knowledgeable evictions lawyer can help you determine the best course of action to take when your tenant violates the lease.
You may be able to resolve the issues with your tenant without the necessity of filing an eviction lawsuit, but if a resolution cannot be reached with your tenant, eviction may become your only option. Although evictions can be stressful and are not always smooth, you can rely upon an experienced evictions attorney to help guide you down the correct path so that the eviction process is conducted as smoothly as possible.
Are you unsure about your rights and obligations as a landlord or the rights and obligations of your tenant in the state of Florida? If so, contact Jay L. Fabrikant to explain these rights and obligations.