Florida eviction laws provide some requirements and guidelines to the landlord when preparing and posting a notice to tenant. Below are some important requirements when preparing a notice to tenant. see Florida Landlord Tenant Laws
This is the address to the property from which you seek to evict (tenant address). A full and complete tenant address is necessary, including where necessary: county, unit number, left or right side, upstairs or downstairs, street, road, drive, etc. This address generally appears on the top of the Notice.
IMPORTANT: the property address on the notice to tenant and on the lease must match completely.
Dating a notice properly is very important. This means that you should pay close attention to the 'expiration date' of the notice, or the date by which the tenant must act, generally 3 business days. When counting 3 business days:
Also, be sure to complete the Certificate of Service completely, including a signature and date.
Only the past due undisputed amount of rent should be on the 3 day notice to pay or vacate and the rent amount should match the exact amount of rent per the written or oral agreement.
Do Not Include non-rent items on your 3 Day Notice, such as utilities, late fees, security deposit, or other costs. If there is an unexpired written lease agreement which defines the above 'non-rent' items as 'rent' then this amount may be included in the amount due in the 3 Day Notice.
If the amount due on the 3 Day Notice is determined to be incorrect, the court may dismiss the case to evict.
All adult occupants should be listed on the notice to tenant, that means those who are on the current lease but may have moved out and those who are not on the lease but who have established a tenancy on the property. The correct spelling and full names of each tenant is very important.
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