Entries by Philippe Revah

An Eviction Lawyer’s Landlord/Tenant Vocabulary

Florida’s Landlord Tenant Laws – Concepts and Vocabulary. One of the most effective ways to gain greater insight and understanding of Florida’s eviction laws is to learn the legal vocabulary associated with this particular field of law. What follows is a brief (but by no means exhaustive) list of vocabulary words commonly employed by eviction lawyers […]

Ejectments vs Evictions under Florida Law

Ejectment vs Eviction Under Florida Law. In general, an eviction is a lawsuit filed by a landlord against a tenant to regain possession of the property. Evictions are filed under Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes once proper notice of termination of tenancy has been delivered by the landlord or landlord’s agent to the tenant. […]

How To Draft a 3 Day Notice To Evict a Tenant in Florida

Under Florida law, landlords may evict non-paying tenants fairly quickly. But prior to commencing an eviction action to regain possession of the premises, a Landlord must deliver a “Three (3) Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate.” A Landlord’s ability to evict a tenant in the event of non-payment of rent is a straightforward procedure. […]