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Notice To Quit Termination Of Tenancy (7 Day or 15 Day) - Florida

Notice To Quit Termination Of Tenancy (7 Day or 15 Day) Form. This is a Florida form and can be used in General Clay Local County .
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Instructions for CIVIL LAW DEPARTMENT EVICTION NOTICES Listed below are the 4 types of notices available in the State of Florida for landlords to be served on tenants based on the reasons for eviction. THREE DAY NOTICE FOR NON-PAYMENT OF RENT: A three-day notice must list every adult living on the premises along with the proper address of the property. If names are unknown, they may be listed as unknown tenants. The three-day notice gives the tenant(s) an option to pay up or vacate the premises. The amount stated on the notice can only include back Rent. No late fees or damages may be added. The tenant(s) must be given three full working days (excluding weekends, holidays and date of service) and this must be stated on the notice in the "on or before date" section. The notice MUST be signed and DATED to show the courts when service was made and specified as to the "type" of service. This would be either by posting or mailing the notice. This will determine the validity of the three-day notice and further actions by the court. NOTICE TO QUIT (15 Day and 7 Day Notices) A notice to quit (15 days notice to vacate) is used when a landlord wishes to terminate a monthly rental. The landlord is not required to give a specific reason when this notice is served. Tenants must be given a 15 day notice AT LEAST "15 days prior to when rent is due" again, excluding date of service. Notice must be signed, dated and given a specific date to vacate. A landlord who wishes to terminate a rental agreement for non-compliance may also serve a 7 day notice when the rental agreement is week to week. Again, the landlord is not required to give a specific reason when this notice is served, and again, the notice must also be signed, dated, and given a specific date to vacate. SEVEN DAY NOTICE OF NON-COMPLIANCE When there is a lease agreement, a 7- day notice of non-compliance may be given to tenants who have failed to comply with the provisions of the lease. The notice must list each adult involved along with the correct address of the premises. All reasons for non-compliance MUST be listed. The notice must be signed, dated, and given a specific date to vacate if the non-compliance cannot be corrected. If the non-compliance CAN be corrected, however, the tenant must given the option to either correct the problem or vacate. Contact the Civil Law Department at (904) 284/269-6302 ext 6466 if you have any questions regarding completing this form. Document15 Last printed 10/16/2001 3:38 PM 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc. NOTICE TO QUIT - TERMINATION OF TENANCY (7 DAY OR 15 DAY) To: _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO QUIT AND VACATE THE PREMISES DESCRIBED AS: ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ on or before the _____ day of ____________________, 200 . This notice is given under and by authority of Section 83.03, Florida Statutes. The tenancy under which you have been occupying and using the said described premises as of the date shown above. DATED at __________________, Florida, on this ______ day of ____________________, 20____. _____________________________________________ OWNER/AGENT (Signature) _____________________________________________ Address _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ Telephone This NOTICE Served on the tenant on the ______ day of ___________________, 20___, at _________ AM/PM (circle one). by: Personal delivery Posting a copy at residence in absence of tenant 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc.
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