In connection with the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act), which included a 120-day prohibition of eviction proceedings for “covered property” (i.e., properties with federally-backed mortgages) was into law on Mach 27, 2020.
Governor DeSantis signed Executive Order Number 20-94 (Emergency Management – COVID -19 – Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief) on April 2, 2020, suspending all non-payment rental evictions and mortgage foreclosures until May 17, 2020. Based on Section 3 of the Governor’s Executive Order, tenants are not relieved of their legal obligation to pay rent.
Self Storage Unit Evictions differ from run-of-the-mill residential evictions or commercial evictions in several key respects. Chapter 83 Part III of the Florida Statutes governs evictions of renters from self storage units. Parts I and Part II of Chapter 83 govern commercial and residential tenancies, respectively.
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 […]
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