Landlord-Tenant, Self-Help, Termination

Prevent Landlord from Entering Leased Home

Prevent Landlord from Entering Leased Home
Prevent Landlord from Entering Leased Home

Prevent Landlord from Entering Leased Home? We recommend not doing so and always refer our clients to Florida Statute 83.53 or contact an experienced Eviction Attorney. There are circumstances in Florida when a Landlord needs to enter the property to make repairs or inspect the Florida property.   Florida Statutes allows Landlords to enter their property that is being rented if they need to make any inspections or repairs in the property.   Florida Landlords must give Tenants living in their property twelve (12) hours notice that they will be entering the property.   The times that they can enter must be considered reasonable.  This means they cannot come in the middle of the night.   If you are given proper notice, but you’re preventing your Landlord form the entering the premises, you will be in violation of most likely your Lease and Florida Statutes.  This gives the Florida Landlord grounds to evict you.  

If you are either a Florida Tenant or a Florida Landlord and are facing this type of issue, before you Prevent Landlord from Entering Leased Home, please contact the experienced Landlord Tenant Attorneys @ 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC today at (954) 322-2529. We have a Coral Springs Eviction Attorney Office and a Lantana Eviction Attorney Office to better serve our clients.

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