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Motion to Determine Rent Florida

What is a Motion to Determine Rent in Florida? As a background, the Landlord first served a Tenant a three (3) day Notice to Pay/Vacate and then filed a Complaint for Tenant Eviction based on non-payment of rent.  Within the five (5) day statutory timeframe, the Tenant has filed what

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Florida 3 Day Notice Delivery

  Florida 3 Day Notice Delivery questions? Our Law office is always asked about Florida 3 Day Notice Delivery.  The beauty of this question is that there is a Florida Statute directly on point.   Pursuant to Florida Statute 83.56(4), the delivery of the Florida 3 Day Notice “shall be

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Guest Won’t Leave House Florida

GUEST WON’T LEAVE HOUSE FLORIDA Are you a Palm Beach County Florida homeowner involved in a situation where you have an invited guest that has overstayed there welcome and will not leave your Palm Beach County Florida home? Do you own a home in Palm Beach County Florida and have had a

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Requirements for Florida 3 Day Notice

What are the Requirements for Florida 3 Day Notice? Pursuant to Florida Statute 83.56(3), the 3 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate must state:   (1) the amount of dollars that the Tenant is indebted to the Landlord for the use and possession of the property; (2) the property address;

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Notice of Non-Renewal Florida

A Notice of Non-renewal in Florida is a document drafted by a Landlord or by a Tenant giving the other party sufficient notice that the current Lease Agreement will not be renewed for another term.  It is important to look at your Florida Lease Agreement to see how much notice

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Florida Association Gun Control

Florida Association Gun Control? Can your Florida Condominium ( under Florida Chapter 718) or Homeowners’ Association (under Florida Chapter 720) Regulate Gun Possession Within your Florida Community?   In recent years the debate over gun control has intensified due to several high profile incidents.  Its possible that gun ownership and

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Will Revocation in Florida

Do you need a Will Revocation in Florida? Are you curious to know what a Will Revocation in Florida is?   Pursuant to Florida Statute 732.505, a Will is revoked by a subsequent inconsistent Will (but the revocation only extends to the inconsistency) or by a subsequent Will or other

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Unlawful Detainer Florida

Unlawful Detainer Florida? What is an Unlawful Detainer and does it apply to me? If you’re the Owner of a Florida residential property and you have an unwanted guest, family member or boyfriend/girlfriend that refuses to leave and there is no Landlord-Tenant relationship involved between the Owner and the other

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Motion to Determine Rent Florida

A Motion to Determine Rent Florida pursuant to Florida Statute 83.60 may be a valuable tool for a Florida Tenant when dealing with an Eviction proceeding for Possession of a Florida Property. If there are issues with your Florida Property that substantiate why you have not paid rent, it is important

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I need to kick Guest out of my Florida property!

  When a Guest has been living at your Florida property with your permission, but has no lease agreement and has not been paying rent, e.g. a boyfriend, girlfriend, relative, friend, and they refuse to vacate, there are various legal remedies which are provided for in Florida Statutes to regain

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Removal of Unwanted Florida Guest

Do you need assistance with Removal of an Unwanted Florida Guest? Unfortunately, guests sometimes overstay their welcome. When that happens there are legal remedies to remove unwanted occupants from your home. In Florida, when an occupant who is not a tenant is no longer welcome to stay at your home

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Why is a Florida Last Will and Testament important?

  Estate planning is crucial for individuals to determine their wishes and desires during end-of-life procedures.  As Florida has the highest population of senior citizens, it is important to realize the significance of having estate planning documents for these elderly citizens as well as the entire adult population of Florida.

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Florida Guest Overstays Their Welcome, What Next?

In Florida, when a guest/family member/friend/significant other overstays their welcome and now refuses to leave your Florida property, how do you remove them legally?  In this situation, an owner of the property is now forced to take legal action in the form of an unlawful detainer to have the guest/family member/friend/significant

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Florida Quiet Title Action

  A Florida Quiet Title Action is where the Plaintiff requests that the Court order/declare that he/she or the corporation has the sole legal title to real estate within Florida.  More specifically, Florida Quiet Title Actions help an Owner clear title.  For example, the named Defendants may be individuals, corporations,

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Florida Three Day Notice

    Did you receive a Florida Three Day Notice? In Florida, the first step in the eviction process for non-payment, a landlord is required to give a tenant or tenants notice of intent to terminate the lease agreement (see Florida Statute 83.56 regarding notice). If the tenant has failed

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Florida Notice of Non-Renewal

A Florida Notice of Non-Renewal (residential tenancy) can be drafted by either the Landlord (Owner, Manager, Agent) or the Tenant. The Florida Notice of Non-Renewal gives the other party to the Lease notice that at the end of the Lease term, the party providing the notice will not be renewing

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