How does a Tenant Stop Florida Eviction? The Eviction Process in the State of Florida is governed by Florida Statutes Chapter 83. Part II of this statute governs residential matters. As a prerequisite for a Florida Landlord to commence a Florida Eviction Action against a Tenant for non-payment of rent in Florida, the Florida Landlord first needs to provide the Tenant with a three (3) day notice in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Florida Statutes. Upon being served with a three (3) day notice, a Tenant can Stop Florida Eviction by either paying the rent within three (3) days of being served, tender possession back to the Landlord, or reach a resolution with your Landlord that will allow you to pay the agreed upon amount. If you fail to pay during the three (3) days or vacate, you will not be able to Stop Florida Eviction because the Landlord will be allowed to proceed with Filing a Florida Eviction lawsuit.
If you are a Florida Tenant and receive a three (3) day notice from your Landlord, contact the aggressive and experienced Eviction Attorneys at 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC to help Stop Florida Eviction. We can be reached at (954) 323-2529 twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. To better serve our clients, we have offices in both Broward and Palm Beach Counties.