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We make sure you are properly represented and have all your documentation and arguments ready to win your case. One small mistake can be cause you to start over again.
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Eviction Lawyer for Landlords in Florida
If your tenant is behind in the rent or broken the lease agreement we understand the urgency in dealing with the situation. Florida’s eviction laws can be a little complicated and you need to get it exactly right or else time and money can be wasted and the process will have to start all over again.
This is why we are here to make sure every letter of the law is followed and you get a successful conclusion to your eviction. Our job is to protect the landlord’s/owner investment and get the matter settled as quickly as possible.
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The Eviction Process in Florida
In Florida, you can file an eviction with the courts and the landlord can terminate a tenancy early with the tenant for a number of different reasons. These include not paying rent, violating the lease or rental agreement, or committing an illegal act. To terminate the tenancy, the landlord must first give the tenant written notice.
Eviction notification must be given to tenant in writing demanding possession of premises.
If tenant does not surrender possession landlord must file a complaint for eviction.
The tenant is allowed five days to file a reply.
If tenant stays without answering, the landlord must obtain a final judgment from the court.
After obtaining the judgment in favor of the landlord, the sheriff is given a writ of possession to be executed to obtain the property for the landlord.
After 24 hours of posting the writ of possession, the landlord may remove the tenants personal property from the premises.
Eviction Time Frame
In Florida, an uncontested residential eviction can be done in about 14 days (including the three day notice and writ of possession), if the eviction is based on non payment and tenants fail to deposit monies into the court registry.
Going to Court
In Florida, a landlord can evict a tenant for a variety of reasons, but the landlord must terminate the tenancy first. If the tenant does not comply with the written notice, then the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit and must go to court to complete an eviction.
Writ of Possession
A Florida Judge enters a Final Judgment of Eviction, the Clerk of Court will issue a Writ of Possession that a Sheriff is required to serve on the tenant. The Writ of Possession is a court order directs the Sheriff to execute and give possession back to the Landlord.
Handling Tenant Property
The tenants have 10 days to collect abandoned property after notice if the notice is hand delivered and 15 days to collect abandoned property if the notice is mailed.
The tenant is allowed to pick up their possessions during a reasonable time of day.
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Top Eviction Attorneys that have years of experience in handling evictions, managing properties, and all other aspects of Florida real estate. Working with our attorneys can give you all the confidence that you and your property are being taken care of by the best eviction attorney in Florida. Our professional and friendly staff, are devoted and available to you in any situation. The entire legal team will work diligently to get you your property back, or the money you deserve, in the shortest time possible.
We are licensed board-certified eviction attorneys that successfully handle eviction cases for landlords of residential and commercial properties. We have years of experience in prosecuting eviction cases and are a top-rated attorney that practices law in Miami Dade County.
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