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The Florida 3 day eviction notice, and the law governing its use, has evolved dramatically over the past few decades. However, because the law has never favored the forfeiture of estate in land, the eviction process is generally considered to be a penal remedy. Accordingly, despite the changes in the case law regarding the mechanics of service of the eviction notice, the law has always mandated that a landlord serve a tenant with a formal demand for payment of delinquent rent prior to commencing an eviction action...
Prior to the enactment of the residential landlord tenant act, Florida common law governed the landlord's service upon the tenant of the Florida eviction notice. Unfortunately, this body of law was tedious and rife with extreme technicalities. If the landlord botched any of those strict procedures, the notice of eviction was declare void and the eviction action would be declared a nullity. As such, the Florida legislature has made numerous unsuccessful attempts to circumv..
Also known as: 3 Day Eviction Notice