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Landlord Attorneys Lake Worth Florida

Are you a Landlord with rental property(s) in Lake Worth Florida and need a Lake Worth Landlord Attorney? The aggressive and knowledgeable Lake Worth Landlord Attorneys at the Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC are here to assist Landlords with all Landlord/Tenant issues relating to both commercial and residential properties throughout Palm Beach County and South Florida.

Legal Grounds for Evictions in Lake Worth
What are the legal grounds for filing a Florida Eviction?  The legal grounds for Evictions are monetary breach of the Lease and a non-monetary breach of the Lease.  A monetary breach of the Lease is when the Tenant fails to remit the monthly rental payment.  A non-monetary breach of the Lease is when the Tenant fails to abide by the Lease Agreement.  More specifically, and for example, where unauthorized occupants are residing in the property not on the Lease or when the Tenant creates a nuisance and breach of the peace.  The non-monetary breaches of the Lease are lease specific.  It is important to only Evict a Tenant on clear legal grounds as the Tenant will most likely defend him or herself.

Time if of the Essence in Eviction Proceedings
As a Lake Worth Landlord, you have the option of accepting rent late or skipping whole months entirely.  If this is done, you will most certainly be taken advantage of by your Tenant and it will cost you more in legal fees, and costs.  Of course certain situations warrant different outcomes; however, a Landlord must not delay in filing the Eviction.  If an Eviction is filed, the Landlord can always work on a Settlement Agreement wherein grave consequences will arise if and when a Tenant defaults on any terms of the Settlement Agreement.

Ensure compliance with Florida Statute 83
Before a Florida Eviction is filed, it is important to ensure that all requirements of Florida Chapter 83 are followed.  An Eviction is procedurally based and statute based here in Florida.  If a Lake Worth Landlord does not adhere to the Florida Statutes, the Eviction may be dismissed on technical grounds. Florida Chapter 83 deals with the Florida Landlord/Tenant Laws and is an important tool in making sure the residential or non-residential tenancy runs smoothly. 

We always reccomend hiring a competent Lake Worth Landlord Attorney. The experienced and knowledgeable Eviction Attorneys of The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC are here to assist with ALL aspects of Florida Landlord-Tenant law including Mobile Home Park Evictions which are governed by Florida Statutes, Chapter 723. We serve Broward Landlords, Miami-Dade Landlords, and Palm Beach Landlords

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Our Office is located in Lantana, Florida.  We serve South Florida:

Palm Beach County
  • Boca Raton
  • Boynton Beach
  • Delray Beach
  • Lake Worth
  • Lantana
  • Palm Beach Gardens
  • Riviera Beach
  • Wellington
  • West Palm Beach
Broward County
  • Dania Beach
  • Davie
  • Deerfield Beach
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Hallandale Beach
  • Hollywood
  • Parkland
  • Pembroke Pines
  • Pompano
Miami-Dade County
  • Aventura
  • Brickell 
  • Coral Gables
  • Doral
  • Golden Beach
  • Hialeah
  • Miami
  • North Miami Beach
  • Sunny Isles Beach