Notice To Terminate a Month to Month Lease in Florida

If you are a Tenant or a Landlord and need to terminate your month to month lease,  you must give 15 days or more notice prior to the end of any monthly.   If you give less than 15 days, the notice will not be valid and the lease will not be terminated.  If you are a Landlord and give 15 days or more notice to the Tenant that the lease will be terminated at the end of the month and the Tenant refuses to leave, you have the right to evict the Tenant.  This process can be frustrating as many Landlords and Tenants fail to comply with this notice.  The benefit of giving this type of notice is that both Landlords and Tenants will have a difficult time fighting the Eviction in Court as the Law clearly gives both Landlords and Tenants the authority to terminate the lease. 

If you are a Landlord or Tenant in Broward County, contact the Law Offices of Brian P. Kowal, PA today at (954) 990-7552.  The Relationship between a Landlord and Tenant can sometimes be difficult.  Allow the Law Offices of Brian P. Kowal to guide you through this process.