No one ever expects to be evicted from their residents but it happens to some of us. When it comes time for rent to be due and it is not paid, the eviction process starts. Florida’s has a pretty standard procedure for non paying tenants; they will be served a three-day notice by either their landlord or one of their property managers. Brooksville residents should be aware that failure to pay rent isn’t the only reason that someone can get evicted from their residence. Violating a lease or rental agreement and committing an illegal act are also viable reasons a landlord or property manager might serve you an eviction notice.
The Three-Day Notice To Pay Rent
If a tenant happens to not pay rent on its due date, a three-day notice will be given by the landlord or one of their property managers. Brooksville residents given this notice will have three days to pay the rent fee or move out of the property in question before the landlord terminates the tenancy. If the tenant refuses to pay the rental fee and chooses not to move, the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit once the three days has expired (these three days do not include weekends or holidays).
Evictions That are Taken to Court
After the landlord has waited the appropriate three days required to all tenants, legal action can be taken. The court takes between fifteen to twenty days for processing all the needed documentation. When filing as a landlord or one their property managers, Brooksville property renters needs to provide the court with a copy of the three-day notice, the lease, and a tenant ledger. It is possible that court evictions may take anywhere from twenty to twenty-five days.
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