Can't we all just get along? Well, not always.
If you have a dispute with your tenant, or your tenant has not paid rent, we can help you regain possession of your property and collect past due rent.
Landlords can file a lawsuit to recover possession of the premises when:
(i) The rental agreement is terminated and the tenant does not vacate the premises;
(ii) The tenant has failed to timely pay rent; or
(iii) The tenant has materially failed to comply with the rental agreement, or with a material provision of Section 83.52, Florida Statutes (the statute setting forth the teannt's obligations during his tenancy).
A tenant has a defense to an eviction action if the landlord has materially failed to comply with the landlord's obligations under Section 83.51, Florida Statutes, and when the tenant takes certain steps including depositing the rent owed in the registry of the court, and giving the landlord written notice seven days in advance of non-payment of rent specifying the landlord's non-compliance and indicating tenant's intention not to pay rent. The landlord must have failed to cure the non-compliance within seven days of receiving tenant's notice.
IF YOU ARE INVOLVED IN A LANDLORD/TENANT DISPUTE, CALL LEBRON LAW, PLLC FOR AN EVALUATION OF YOUR CASE.
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