How To Terminate
A Tenancy-At-Will In Florida
In Florida, when a residential tenancy without a specific duration can be terminated at will, by either the landlord or the tenant, it's considered a tenancy-at-will. A tenancy-at-will is created when a landlord and tenant enter into a written or oral rental agreement, which allows the tenant to take possession of the rental property for an unspecified period of time.
In this detailed guide, you get step-by-step instructions on exactly how to terminate a tenancy-at-will, in full compliance with the Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
How To Terminate A Tenancy-At-Will In Florida also comes complete with ten ready-to-use notices of termination and county court forms in Microsoft Word format, that you can easily store in a Word file, fill-out and print from your computer.
Click on How To Terminate A Tenancy-At-Will In Florida to learn more about how a tenancy-at-will is legally terminated.
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