Florida Statute Annexure § 83.57 has detailed guidelines for Landlords from Florida State about how to prepare Florida Notice To Quit – Termination Of Tenancy (7 Day or 15 Day). Please review these provisions in addition to Florida Statute Annexure § 83.03 prior to proceeding to understand the requirements of the Florida State law during preparation and service of such termination notice.
However, you must specify the exact date of termination of the tenancy in the notice. You may choose to use this form in case the Tenant does not pay rent on time and / or violates the terms and conditions of tenancy. Please describe the reason of non-compliance and / or provide particulars of the past due rent accurately in the notice. You must serve this notice to the Tenant in the acceptable manner by the Florida State law. Applying forced self-help eviction methods is illegal. You as the Landlord and your authorized agent have rights to prepare and serve this notice. However, the agent’s authorization must reflect on the original rental lease agreement.
Things to Remember before using the Florida Notice to Quit
- Please specify the nature of breach of the terms and conditions and / or the detailed break-up of past due rent in the Florida Notice to Quit – Termination Of Tenancy (7 Day or 15 Day). You may choose to enclose supporting documents along with the notice.
- You must keep copies of the notice and proof of service with you. You need to file these copies before the clerk of the District Court while filing the forced detainer suit in case the Tenant fails to pay the past due rent, take remedial action towards the breach, or refuses to vacate the premises.
- Please enter the name of the place, date, and sign this notice prior to serving it to the Tenant. Also, ensure that you insert the date of termination without ambiguity. Florida State law requires you to calculate the notice period excluding weekends and national holidays.
- Please prepare proof of service form duly signed and acknowledged by the person serving this notice to the Tenant.
Directions to Prepare Florida Notice to Quit – Termination Of Tenancy (7 Day Or 15 Day)
- Enter the legal name and complete address of the Tenant.
- Enter the address and description of the rental property.
- Enter the date of termination of the tenancy on the next line.
- Enter the name of the place in Florida State and date in the required format.
- Continue by signing on the next line.
- Then enter your printed name, address, and phone number on the respective lines.
- Enter the date of serving the notice to the Tenant.
- Then enter the place of serving the notice and specify when it was served by marking one box between AM or PM.
- Specify the mode of serving the notice by selecting the right option between the two to complete preparing Florida Notice To Quit – Termination Of Tenancy (7 Day or 15 Day).