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Home Eviction FAQ's How do I file a residential Tenant Eviction?

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How do I file a residential Tenant Eviction?

Evictions are governed by Florida Statute 83 and may be filed at the County Civil Division.


The Clerk's Office does not give legal advice regarding Evictions. You should contact your
attorney. However, you can purchase an information packet (for a small fee for copies),
including notice and complaint form from the Clerk.

  • Before you can file an Eviction, you must give one of the following proper
    written notices to the Tenant(s):

3 day notice for failing to pay rent

OR

15 day notice for termination


These days exclude the day of service, holidays and weekends. If the
Tenant fails to comply with the Notice, you may then file the Eviction.


  • When you file the Eviction, you will need:

Two copies of the 3 or 15 day notice that you gave the Tenant

AND

Two copies of the lease (if your agreement is in writing)

AND

Three self-addressed stamped envelopes.


 
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