How does eviction law work in Florida?
As a landlord, dealing with Florida’s eviction laws can be overwhelming and confusing. Both residential and commercial evictions are governed by Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes, and although the statute may look simple enough, landlord-tenant disputes can be deceptively complex.
Landlords who need to evict a particular tenant should have the assistance of an eviction attorney. Many times when a landlord tries to do it on their own, they make a mistake. If the tenant retains an attorney who discovers the mistake, the landlord’s case is usually dismissed and, not only will the landlord have to start a new eviction, but they will also have to pay the tenant attorney’s fees and costs. Avoid this situation by having the Morey Law Firm on your side.
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Our law offices are centrally located in Orlando, FL, allowing us to provide representation throughout Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Osceola, Lake, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, and Alachua counties. Our office can be found at 250 North Orange Avenue, Suite 1220, Orlando, FL, 32801, just blocks from the Orange County Courthouse.
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