Landlords face difficult situations when a tenant defaults in his or her obligations (such as paying the rent or obeying conduct requirements) contained in the lease. Eviction becomes necessary under Florida Law when the tenant fails to cure the default and refuses to voluntarily vacate the premises. The eviction process is a strict statutory procedure and the Court will dismiss an eviction case that does not comply with said procedure, thereby costing the landlord time and money without achieving the goal of evicting the tenant or getting the tenant to cure the default. An experienced evictions lawyer can assist the landlord in complying with the statutory procedure.

Are you a landlord faced with evicting unwanted tenants? Contact Jay L. Fabrikant, an evictions lawyer with over 43 years of experience.

Jay L. Fabrikant has represented landlords for over 43 years and has filed over 50,000 eviction cases. He makes sure that the statutory procedure has been complied with before the filing of the eviction action.

Terms Associated with Evictions

  • Summary possession
  • Summary dispossession
  • Repossession
  • Removal of Tenant

Landlords face difficult enough times, navigating the complex maze of fluctuating market values, credit restrictions, marketing, and maintenance, while trying to realize acceptable profit margins. Don't make it harder by failing to use an experienced eviction lawyer to assist in the eviction process.

Are you a landlord faced with evicting unwanted tenants? Contact Jay L. Fabrikant, an evictions lawyer with over 43 years of experience.