Can a Lease Automatically Renew in Florida?

This question is about Florida Residential Lease Agreement

Can a Lease Automatically Renew in Florida?

Yes, a lease can automatically renew in Florida. As long as there is a provision in the lease that states the lease will renew, the tenant and landlord can continue normally after the lease expires. However, if there is no provision included in the lease, it is terminated on expiration.

Landlords must notify tenants 60 days before the end of the lease period. If the lease is set to renew, terms can be set in this notice.

Yes, a lease can automatically renew in Florida. As long as there is a provision in the lease that states the lease will renew, the tenant and landlord can continue normally after the original term of the lease expires.

If there is no provision included in the lease, it is assumed to be terminated on expiration. However, if a landlord continues to accept rent payments from the tenant after expiration, the tenant can continue to legally occupy the property.

In Florida, landlords must notify tenants 15 days before the end of the lease period or rent due date in order to terminate.

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