If the landlord claims that the tenant has breached the rental agreement, the landlord must inform the tenant in writing of the specific problem and give the tenant time to resolve the problem – even if the problem is non-payment of rent – before the landlord can go to court to have the tenant removed. Tenants who receive a notice of non-payment should be aware that a landlord can accept a portion of the rent due while distributing the tenant. Tenants who rent condominiums should be aware that, in certain circumstances, the community of owners may require the tenant to pay the rent to the association and not to the lessor. Tenants should consult a lawyer in this case. If the tenant commits a serious act that endangers the property (for example.B. The landlord must always go to court to be allowed to evict the tenant, or does not resolve a problem after written notification from the landlord. In any legal proceedings, tenants have every right to be present, to argue their case and to be represented by a lawyer. For example, you can move early if you get sick and need to be transferred to a health facility or if you got married or divorced. However, specific rent laws have been passed in Florida regarding the breaking of a lease. The lessor must submit this option to the tenant at the time of signing the lease. The tenant can then decide whether or not he wants to accept it. If the tenant refuses to accept, the law states that the rental should not be refused on this basis. A landlord has the option of collecting various deposits as well as some rents in advance.

If a tenant has not paid the rent on time, both parties still have rights under the Florida Landlord Tenant Laws. A tenant cannot withhold rent because a landlord does not comply with the statutes that require the landlord to maintain the premises safely and hygienically without the permission of the court. If a tenant does not pay the rent, a landlord cannot act outside the courts to induce the tenant to pay the rent or evacuate the premises. These include actions such as separating utilities or modifying blocks. All remedies related to non-payment of rent must be judged. If the tenant does not pay the rent or returns ownership of the premises to the lessor at the end of the lease, the lessor can take legal action and obtain up to double the rent due. The Florida Landlord Tenant Law provides the means to restore the premises below 83.59 right to ownership: to terminate the lease, if the unit does not have a written lease or if the lease does not indicate anything else and the unit is rented from one month to the next, you must be modest in writing at least 15 days before the end of a monthly period; A week-to-week rental period requires seven days` notice before a weekly period expires. Such notice must be made in writing and must be served personally on the tenant, but may be posted at the door if the tenant is not on the premises.

If the written lease requires the tenant to file notice up to 60 days before the unit leaves, the lessor is required to give the tenant the same notice that there is no intention to renew the lease. . . .