Florida has 2 different Eviction Notices, depending on why you are evicting. The 3 Day Notice
is used if you are evicting a tenant for non-payment of rent. The 7 Day Notice
is used if you are evicting a tenant for other kinds of lease violations. Delivering one of these notices to your tenant is how you start the eviction process. It lets your tenant know that you are serious.
After the Eviction Notice is delivered to your tenant, the tenant must correct the problem or vacate the property. They face an Eviction Lawsuit if they do not comply.
Once you complete your purchase below, you will immediately be able to download both the 3 Day Florida Eviction Notice
and the 7 Day Florida Eviction Notice
. Your notices come in 2 formats: One that can be completed using a word processor (such as Microsoft Word), and another one that you can simply fill in by hand (in PDF Adobe Acrobat Format). Both come with instructions.
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