The Florida Rental Lease Agreement are to be used only in Florida when renting residential or commercial properties. In the list below you will find appropriate Rental Lease forms which you can use as per your own requirements. Forms such as Sublease Agreement, Exclusive right to lease, Residential Lease agreement, Month to Month rental agreement etc.

The Tenant as well as the landlord have specific rights which are specified in the Florida Statutes at Part II, Chapter 83, the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act.

Some common terms used in the Florida Rental Lease Agreement

“Landlord” : The owner or lessor of a residential or commercial property.

“Tenant” : The individual entitled to occupy a residential or commercial property under a rental agreement.

“Premises” : Refers to the commercial or residential property and the structure of which it is a part and a mobile home lot and the appurtenant facilities and grounds, areas, facilities, and property held out for the use of tenants generally.

“Rent” : The regular payments the tenant has to pay to the landlord for occupancy of the commercial or residential property under the rental agreement and any other payments designated as rent in a written rental agreement.

Although we have checked each form for the compatibility and acceptance in Florida, but it is highly recommended that you hire a Florida Lawyer if you have any doubts or questions about the forms. If you do not have an Attorney or Lawyer you may call The Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service at (800) 342-8011 and they would refer you to a Lawyer.

 

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Florida Sublease Agreement

The Florida Sublease Agreement is to be used by the original tenant when he is renting the apartment he currently has an active lease running to someone else. The sublease agreement can only be made if the original lease agreement has the terms mentioned and the landlord has been asked for the permission. The original tenant has to continue paying the landlord the agreed amount of rent regardless of the sub-lessee pays him on time or not.

This Florida Sublease form has to be used only in the State of Florida. If you have any questions regarding this form kindly consult a lawyer in your state.

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Florida Month To Month Rental Agreement

The Florida Month To Month Rental Agreement is an agreement between the Landlord and the tenant for a residential property which the landlord owns, the rental agreement renews on a Month by Month basis and the tenant or the landlord has to provide a 30 day notice before terminating the agreement. This form can only be used in the State of Florida. The form should only be used as an example and you should consult an attorney when making an actual agreement.

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