Florida Statute Section 83.56 (2) (a) defines the non-compliance of a Tenant and grants the rights to the Landlord or his/her authorized agent to serve Florida Seven-Day Notice For Non-Compliance (With No Opportunity To Cure) on the Tenant.
The term With No Opportunity To Cure indicates that the Landlord need not provide any opportunity to the Tenant to repair the damages and / or restore the property in good condition. Notice served under the Florida Statute 83.595 further declares that the Tenant is still responsible for payment of the rent in spite of vacating the premises. You as a Landlord must serve this notice in the manner acceptable to Florida Law. In addition, please retain a proof of service of this notice with you. Please allow an extension of five days to the notice period in case you serve this notice by certified mail return receipt.
Things You Must Know Before Proceeding
- Florida Statute Section 83.56 (2) (a) defines the nature of non-compliance. Subsequent and intentional non-compliance by the Tenant is the primary cause of sending Florida Seven-Day Notice For Non-Compliance (With No Opportunity To Cure).
- This notice does not provide any scope for remedial action. It demands evacuation of the Tenant on or before the date of the termination specified in the notice. Further, the Landlord reserves the rights to refuse any negotiations with the Tenant during the notice period of seven business days.
- The Landlord can file a suit against the Tenant toward the recovery of rent and / or attorney fees and other expenses under the provision in Florida Statute even when the Tenant evacuates the premises.
- Please complete this notice form duly and specify the mode of serving the notice. Mention the name of the adult resident in the premises to whom the notice is served in person. Alternately, you are authorized to post the notice in a visible place on the premises in case of absence of any resident and / or the Tenant in the premises.
- You must specify the reason of non-compliance descriptively in the notice.
- Please date and sign this notice before serving it on the Tenant.
Directions to Prepare Florida Seven-Day Notice For Non-Compliance (With No Opportunity To Cure)
- Enter the name and address of the Tenant on the first line to which you are serving the notice. You must enter name/s of all Tenants that have signed the rental lease agreement.
- Enter the Tenant’s name again on the next line.
- Please specify the reason for non-compliance descriptively.
- Sign on the next line.
- Enter your printed name, address, city, state, zip code, and phone number on the respective lines.
- Enter date of serving the notice and select the appropriate mode of serving the notice to complete the preparation of Florida Seven-Day Notice For Non-Compliance (With No Opportunity To Cure).