How Much Notice Does a Landlord Have to Give a Tenant to Move out in Florida?

This question is about Florida Landlord Tenant Rights

How Much Notice Does a Landlord Have to Give a Tenant to Move out in Florida?

Landlords in Florida must give differing amounts of notice if they intend for their tenant to move out. These differing amounts are based upon the per diem length of that lease or rental agreement (when a lease is not utilized). These differentiated notice periods are as follows:

  • Week-to-Week Lease or Rental Agreement – 7-Days’ Notice
  • Month-to-Month Lease or Rental Agreement – 15 Days’ Notice
  • Quarter-to-Quarter Lease or Rental Agreement – 30 Days’ Notice
  • Yearly Lease or Rental Agreement – 60 Days’ Notice

However, a landlord in Florida may be able to shorten this notice period if a noteworthy lease terms violation occurs. Depending on the severity of the infraction, the tenant in question may only be provided with 7 days of prior notice to resolve the issue or move out. A similar amount of notice may be provided when a tenant participates in an illegal activity.

The information for this answer was found on our Florida Landlord Tenant Rights answers.