Residential Eviction:

Residential evictions require today's landlords and property managers to have a solid understanding of Florida Statutes Chapter 83, which was recently changed by the Florida legislature, which govern most landlord/tenant laws. If you are dealing with a non-paying renter, tenant in breach of their lease agreement or unauthorized occupants, you should seek the advice of an experienced eviction attorney. Once a tenant of residential rental property is one day late, certain legal actions should be considered. Although you may have extended the rent deadline for the delinquent tenant, there are important business considerations involving your legal rights and responsibilities under Florida's Landlord & Tenant Law.

Commercial Eviction:

Commercial evictions in Orlando are typically the result of a tenant's failure to pay rent in accordance with the rental property's lease agreement. As a commercial property owner and landlord, it is more important than ever for you to have a clear understanding of your rights and responsibilities under the rental agreement and Florida Statutes Chapter 83. Dealing with a non-paying tenant is always stressful but you do not have to go through it alone. You need legal assistance from a lawyer who understands this area of law as well as your business interests and concerns. 

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