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Florida 7-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Compliance

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A Florida 7-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) is a document that is drafted by a landlord and served to a tenant specifying the noncompliance that has occurred and if the noncompliance isn’t cured within 7 days, the tenant must move out. This type of notice allows the tenant the opportunity to cure the noncompliance (breach).

Types of noncompliance includes, but not limited to, having unauthorized pets, guests, or vehicles; parking violation on the property/unauthorized manner and failing to keep the premises sanitary. If the same noncompliance recurs within 12 months after this notice, the landlord may commence an eviction without having to deliver a subsequent notice to quit.

Laws§ 83.56(1)

How to write

Step 1 – Before serving the tenant, the landlord must complete this form by filling in the empty fields with the following information.

  • Enter the tenant’s name, address, city, state, and zip code.
  • Write in your name (landlord’s) and date.
  • Give a description of the noncompliance

Step 2 – Landlord shall sign and complete the following information.

  • Name of Landlord or Property Manager and the address, city, state, and zip code.
  • Telephone Number
  • If the form was completed with the assistance of another individual, fill in their name address and telephone number.