There are a variety of laws in the state of Florida that govern the practices and procedures that landlords must follow when dealing with the real property that they own and the tenants that they lease to. Unfortunately, landlords sometimes find themselves in need of protection against tenants who have violated the lease or Florida law and have engaged in misconduct of some fashion. When this occurs, an experienced evictions attorney can help you to find the answers to your questions regarding Florida landlord tenant laws.
Florida Landlord Tenant Laws
Are you currently seeking information about your rights as a landlord or your tenant's obligations? If so, contact Jay L. Fabrikant for more information about the Florida Landlord Tenant Laws.
Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes deals with the Landlord and Tenant relationship. Within this chapter, certain rights are specified to landlords and to tenants, as well as certain obligations and responsibilities that must be upheld. Although landlords have many responsibilities to fulfill for the benefit of tenants, the tenants have responsibilities and obligations that must be fulfilled as well. They include but are not limited to the abiding by the provisions of the lease; the respectful and legal use of the property; and the maintenance and upkeep of the premises for all matters that the landlord is not responsible for under Florida law or under the lease.
When your tenant has not fulfilled his obligations under the lease or Florida law, you will want to consult with an experienced evictions attorney in order to learn more on interpreting Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes and putting together a plan to make your tenant comply with his obligations or, in the alternative, for the removal of your problem tenant.
Are you currently seeking information about your rights as a landlord? If so, contact Jay L. Fabrikant for more information about Florida Landlord Tenant Laws.