Do you have a Florida Month to Month Lease? In the state of Florida, a Landlord has the ability to terminate a Tenant’s Lease by giving them fifteen (15) days notice if the Lease is month to month. If the Tenant remains in the property after the Landlord provides the Tenant with fifteen (15) days notice, the Landlord has the ability to commence Eviction proceedings against the Tenant. If the Tenant receives an Eviction complaint from the Landlord, the Tenant will have very limited defenses as the Landlord is within their rights to Evict the Tenant. The notice period is further illustrated in Florida Statutes Section 83.57.
At 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC, we advise our Tenant clients to make sure that they are aware of the type of lease that they sign. If the Florida lease clearly states the tenancy is for a year then the Tenant will have a much better idea of when they need to vacate the premises. 954 Eviction Attorneys highly advises that Tenants sign a year lease to avoid these type of issues. Therefore, if you are unsure of your rights as a Tenant regarding your lease, please contact 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC today at (954) 323-2529. We are highly experienced and aggressive eviction attorneys that will advise you of your rights as a Tenant in the State of Florida. To better serve our clients, we have offices in both Coral Springs and Lantana, Florida.