A landlord of property in Florida may have several different reasons to seek the removal of a tenant from the leased property. The landlord has a variety of rights that are enforceable against tenants who violate the terms of the lease or violate the obligations imposed on tenants by Florida law and depending on the situation involved, there are different procedures that must or should first be taken by the landlord prior to the filing of an eviction action in Court. An experienced Florida evictions attorney can help explain these procedures.
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Reasons for removal of a tenant for violation of a lease agreement include:
- Lease expiration
- Non-payment of rent
- Broken lease terms
- Tenant misconduct
For any of the reasons above and a variety of others that may exist, the landlord may be required by Florida law to provide written notice to the tenant concerning the lease violation prior to the filing of an eviction in Court seeking to remove the tenant. A Florida evictions lawyer can help you with any required paperwork and can make sure you have followed all proper procedures.
To protect your rights as a landlord, consult an experienced Florida evictions attorney to learn what procedures you must follow in order to properly remove your tenant from your property. Evictions can be messy procedures, but when you have been properly advised by your evictions attorney and have correctly complied with the legal requirements concerning eviction, you can be assured that the eviction process will run as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Are you currently in a situation that requires the removal of a tenant from your property? If so, contact Jay L. Fabrikant to help you today.