Month to Month Tenancy and Non-Payment of Rent? After your yearly lease with your tenant expires in Coral Springs, FL, the tenant now occupies the property as a holdover tenant. The lease becomes a month to month lease. If the tenant stops paying their rent after their contract expires, you can give them a 3 day notice for failure to pay rent in Coral Springs as well as a 15 day notice informing them that they have to vacate the property by the end of that month.
It is important that the 15 day notice is given to them 15 days before the end of that month. If you are a landlord in Coral Springs, FL and have a tenant that has stopped paying their rent after their yearly lease has expired, contact your Coral Springs FL eviction attorneys today at (954) 323-2529. 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC are highly trained and experienced Coral Springs FL eviction attorneys that provide aggressive representation to landlords. Don’t be taken advantage of! Call us today.