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Major Changes To Florida Landlord Tenant Law 2013

Posted July 2nd, 2013 No Comments

Effective July 1, 2013, Florida changed many sections of its landlord tenant law. The changes impact security deposits, landlord maintenance requirements, attorney fees, termination of the tenancy, and much more. Please see the Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, Florida Statutes Section 83.

LeaseRunner’s Florida Residential Lease for 2013 addresses the changes to Florida landlord tenant law. LeaseRunner’s lease documents are pre-populated with tenant and property data, and they can be grouped into batches and emailed for e-signature. Below is an example executed Florida Residential Lease. Included is a lease, security deposit disclosure, and a residential inspection checklist. Click on the link and see how LeaseRunner’s Florida Residential Lease handles topics such as security deposits, maintenance requirements, abandonment, and more.

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LeaseRunner Florida Residential Lease 2013

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