Florida’s Landlord Tenant laws are codified in Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes. Landlord Tenant disputes can range from very simple to very complex, depending upon the nature of the litigation between the Landlord and Tenant. Generally speaking, Landlord Tenant laws are strictly construed and must be strictly complied with. The Landlord or Tenant’s failure to follow the statutory requirements governing their dispute (i.e., Notice requirements) can cause either party to lose their case. Our law firm represents Landlords more often than we represent tenants. If you are looking for an experienced landlord lawyer, in the residential or commercial context, our landlord tenant attorneys can help. Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC represents landlords and tenants across Florida in all areas of real estate law, and specifically in landlord tenant litigation. Because we have extensive experience representing both tenants and landlords, we can provide unique legal guidance on both ends of the spectrum.
There are many nuances to properly litigating landlord tenant claims and it is essential for legal counsel to fully understand the intricacies of the statute.
Our landlord lawyers will work diligently to properly represent your rights as a landlord, tenant, or property owner, applying over four decades of combined experience to deliver the results you need.
Some of our key practice areas in landlord/tenant law include:
- Eviction, ejectment, and unlawful detainer proceedings;
- Tenant rights;
- Landlord/property owner rights;
- Lease agreement drafting and review;
- Lease agreement disputes;
- Retaliatory eviction claims;
- Wrongful evictions;
- Security deposit disputes;
- Repair and construction claims;
- Failure to pay rent;
- 7 day notices to cure to residential landlords;
- 3 day notice to pay rent or deliver possession to commercial and residential tenants; and
- 20 day notice to cure/fix to commercial landlords.
Call our offices at (305) 768-9909 to arrange a free initial consultation regarding your landlord/tenant dispute or other real estate matter.