Writ of possession

Writ of Possession West Palm Beach Florida | 561.699.0399

As West Palm Beach Evictions Lawyers, we are always asked about the writ of possession.   A writ of possession is a legal document that allows a landlord…

Florida Court Registry

Florida’s Court Registry | What is it?

What Is The Court’s Registry? In Florida residential eviction cases for possession, the court will require the tenant to deposit a determined amount of rent into the court’s…

Notice of Non-Renewal Florida

Notice Of Non-Renewal And Hold-Over Tenants In Florida

Thinking About Terminating Your Tenant’s Tenancy? If Your Property Is In Broward County Or Palm Beach County, Not So Fast! Effective May 1, 2022, ORDINANCE NO. 2022-21 went…

Florida 3 Day Notice

Florida 3 Day Notice | 561.699.0399

When it comes to Landlord-Tenant Law in Florida, our West Palm Beach Eviction Lawyers are always asked, what is a Florida 3 Day Notice? In order to have a…

Can a Landlord include late fees in a Three Day Notice?

Can a Landlord Include Late Fees in a Three Day Notice? | 561.699.0399

Can a Landlord Include Late Fees in a Three Day Notice? For a Landlord, a Florida Three Day Notice can either make or break your case for eviction.  A Florida Three Day Notice is…

Liquidated Damages Clause/Early Termination Fee FL

Liquidated Damages Clause Early Termination Fee FL | 561.699.0399

Unfortunately, even when both a Landlord and Tenant sign a Lease stating that the term will be for a year or some other length of time, sometimes the…

Boynton Beach FL Tenant Attorney | 561.699.0399

Are you a residential or commercial Tenant in Boynton Beach Florida? Are you having issues with your landlord that is impacting your tenancy at either your home or…

Landlord Access Florida Property

As a Tenant in a rented property or the Landlord of a rented property in Florida, what are your rights when a Landlord wants to gain access to…

Motion To Determine Rent

What Is A Motion To Determine Rent In Florida? | 561.699.0399

What is a Motion to Determine Rent in Florida? What is a Motion to Determine Rent in Florida? To put it in perspective, your Landlord first served a…

Victim of a Crime – Can I Break My Lease?

Unfortunately, crime is a fact of life. Becoming a victim of a crime is unsettling, scary and can leave one feeling uncertain of what to do next. If…

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…

Florida Notice of Non-Renewal | 561.699.0399

A Florida Notice of Non-Renewal (residential tenancy) can be drafted and sent by either the Landlord (Owner, Manager, Agent) or the Tenant. The Florida Notice of Non-Renewal gives…

Motion To Determine Rent

My office is always asked by both Tenant and Landlords what is a Motion to Determine Rent?  Once an Eviction Complaint is served on the Tenants for non-payment of rent,…

Received Three Day Notice Florida

  Have you received a Three Day Notice in Florida? Pursuant to Florida Statute 83.56(3), when a tenant fails to pay the monthly rental payment, a Landlord sends…

Florida Landlord Tenant Notice

Are you a Florida Landlord who is having issues with your Florida Residential Tenant? Is your Florida Tenant not paying Rent? Is their a non-monetary breach of the…

Delray Beach FL Landlord Eviction Attorneys

The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC assists Property Managers, Landlords, Owners, Agents, and Brokers, in the following areas:   Negotiating, drafting, and review of commercial and…

Notice Requirements Florida Residential Tenant

Are you a Florida Tenant renting a residential property?  Has your lease expired?  Before deciding to vacate your Florida residential property, make sure to follow Chapter 83 of…

Lake Worth FL Tenant Attorney

Lake Worth FL Tenant Attorney Tenant(s) Rights Representation in Lake Worth, Florida Is your Landlord Evicting you? Is your Landlord Evicting you without proper Court procedures? Is your…

Filing Florida Eviction

Filing Florida Eviction? Section 83.59, Florida Statutes, permits the landlord, the landlord’s attorney or a landlord’s agent to file a complaint for removal of a tenant.  As determined…

Landlord Obtaining Possession Florida

  Landlord Obtaining Possession Florida? In Florida, there are three (3) ways a Landlord can obtain possession.  Specifically, they are by (1) Eviction (through the Court system); (2)…

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