Under most circumstances, Florida Law requires that Landlords and Tenants give certain notices to each other in an effort to resolve disputes prior to filing a lawsuit. These notices are prescribed by statute and interplay with Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and Florida Rules of Judicial Administration. While there are many free notices available online that Landlords may use, often their instructions do not provide a Landlord with the host of requirements to properly draft and serve a legally sufficient notice.
It’s imperative to make sure your notice is drafted properly, because attorney fees are always on the line in eviction matters and a defective notice can put your case at risk. Warren & Skaggs, PLLC has drafted hundreds of notices for Landlords throughout Florida and utilizes its extensive network of process servers to timely and properly serve notices for our clients.
We have helped hundreds of landlords in Florida recover possession of their rental properties from delinquent tenants. E-mail us or call to get started today.