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Landlord & Tenant Rights And Responsibilities In Florida

By Seward Law Office, P.A. |

In this day and age, more and more people are opting to rent their homes instead of buying them. Many Floridians prefer the flexibility of renting, while others feel obligated. Regardless of one’s motives for choosing to rent, it is always important to be aware of the rights and responsibilities of both landlord and… Read More »

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Residential Tenant Rights In Florida

By Seward Law Office, P.A. |

Home ownership may be part of the so-called American Dream, but many people choose to rent their living space, either for reasons of economy or just because they prefer not to be tied to a certain location for however long the mortgage lasts. There are both several positives and negatives about being a residential… Read More »

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Issues After The Florida Eviction Moratorium

By Seward Law Office, P.A. |

The eviction moratorium instituted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), intended to aid those experiencing difficulties in finance, was allowed to expire in August 2021, according to a per curiam (unsigned) opinion from the Supreme Court opinion issued late at night. Since then, some states have begun to institute their own eviction moratoria,… Read More »

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Unlawful Detainer Vs Eviction

By Seward Law Office, P.A. |

Most people are familiar with the concept of eviction, either through personal experience or due to pop culture. However, sometimes the eviction process is not the right one to use with a person who may be somewhere they should not be. Florida law differentiates between tenants of property and non-tenants, and because of this,… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions: Residential Subletting In Florida

By Seward Law Office, P.A. |

It is very common for people to sublet their apartments for the summer or the winter (depending on location). However, just because this practice is legal in some places does not mean it is legal in others, and even if it is legal where you are, your individual lease may not allow it. It… Read More »

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