Most leases list the individuals that are allowed to reside in the property. However, there are some that are not on the lease or have not been approved by the Landlord. As a result, an Eviction can be filed against the Tenant if they allowed them to live in the property. Speak to 954 Eviction Lawyers about you can Remove Unapproved Guest in Florida.
Prior to commencing a termination action for allowing an unapproved individual, the Landlord needs to determine if the Tenant can cure the violation. 83.56(2)(b) provides that unauthorized guests are an example of a noncompliance that can be cured. Pursuant to 83.56(2)(b), they are required to give a 7 Day notice allowing them to cure the noncompliance. If the guest is removed, the noncompliance is cured and they will not proceed. However, if they fail to cure and the guest remains, they can terminate the tenancy. While this process may be appear complicated, strict adherence to Florida Statute ensures less issues if the case ends up in Court.
The Removal of The Tenant can also include the unauthorized individual. If it reaches the stage of the Eviction, the Tenant will be liable for all the Attorney’s Fees. If you are a Landlord and need to remove an unapproved guest in Florida Property, contact 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC at 954.323.2529. We have offices in both Broward and Palm Beach County to better serve our clients.