An old friend recently emailed me to talk about a situation he was having with his work. He owns an apartment complex in California and has already had to evict two of his tenants so far this
Florida landlord rights- How can you protect yourself during hurricane season?
For property owners in the Miami area, there probably isn’t a time of year that’s worse than hurricane season.
When you don’t have an air-tight commercial real estate lease, renting your commercial property can carry with it significant risk. As a commercial real estate lawyer, I’ve
Landlord rights and abandoned property.
I received a call the other day from a landlord whose tenant hadn’t paid the rent. When he went to check on the property it looked as though
Late Rent in Florida
If you have a tenant in Florida that fails to pay rent, you have the right to evict them from the rental property. Once you provide the notice of eviction to the tenants, they have three days