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Meeting of the Minds and Contract Provisions
Meeting of the Minds and Contract Provisions

Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals recently ruled on the issue of whether a lease renewal provision was enforceable in Jahangiri v. 1830 North Bayshore, LLC , 253 So.3d 699 (2018). FACTS OF CASE Jahangiri entered into a written lease for commercial property in Miami, ...

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Blog posts in Landlord/Tenant Disputes

  • Why Property Managers Need Legal Counsel

    The demands on property management companies are becoming increasingly burdensome. There are many reasons for this; for example, tenants are becoming ...

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  • Procedures Landlords Must Follow

    Landlords must comply with specific procedures under Florida Statutes (FS), ch. 83, pt. 2 (Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act) (“The Act”) to ...

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  • When Can A Tenant Withhold Rent

    Landlords face a common problem in their property management business, namely, tenants threaten to or in fact withhold rent based on the allegation ...

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  • Removing a Tenant

    In Florida, a landlord may remove a tenant from a residential rental property only as allowed by the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act (Florida ...

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  • The Three Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate

    Florida Statutes (FS) 83.56(3) provides the procedure for a landlord to demand rent from a tenant who has defaulted on rent payment. The procedure is ...

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  • Rent Credit for Tenant Repairs

    A common notion is held that a tenant should be given rent credit for tenant repairs made to the home. Some tenants assume this should happen and ...

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