In Florida, if a Tenant fails to pay their rent, a Landlord is permitted to give a Three Day Notice to the Tenant before an Eviction lawsuit can begin. Upon receipt of Landlords Requirement for Eviction Notice in Florida, the Tenant has three days to either pay rent or vacate the property. If the Tenants fail to pay or vacate, the Landlord is allowed to begin eviction proceedings against the Tenants by filing an Eviction lawsuit. If the Tenant commits a non-monetary violation of the lease, a Landlord is permitted to give a Seven Day Notice to the Tenants. If the Tenants fail to cure the violation within seven days, the Landlord is allowed to commence an Eviction lawsuit against the Tenants.
If the Tenant has a month-to-month lease with the Landlord and the Landlord or Tenant wants to terminate the lease, they must give 15 days notice prior to the end of the of the month if either party decides that they are terminating the lease. If a Tenant has a week to week lease with the Landlord, the Landlord or Tenant is only required to give seven days notice to terminate the week to week lease. If you are either a Landlord or a Tenant in Florida and are unsure of the notice requirements, call your Landlord-Tenant Eviction Attorneys @ 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC today at (954) 323-2529. Locations in Broward and Palm Beach County. We are here twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to answer any questions you have regarding a Landlords Requirement for Eviction Notice in Florida.