Florida Residential Landlord-Tenant Manual
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Maximize your efforts with this practice-oriented handbook for residential landlord-tenant matters. With insightful perspective from the bench, the author skillfully presents a road map for success in these proceedings. This manual supplies practical guidance for eviction procedures, non-payment of rent, breach of lease, termination of rental agreement, grievance hearings in public housing, deposits held by landlords, mobile homes, retaliatory eviction, burdens of proof, and evidentiary requirements. It also contains the only comprehensive analysis of the Florida Mobile Home Landlord-Tenant Act, and extensive coverage of attorneys' fees.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Development of Residential Landlord-Tenant Law
Chapter 2 Evictions: Landlord-Tenant Procedure
Chapter 3 Eviction for Non-Payment of Rent
Chapter 4 Eviction for Breach of Lease or Reasonable Rules
Chapter 5 Termination of Rental Agreement
Chapter 6 Grievance Hearings - Public Housing
Chapter 7 Deposits Held by Landlord
Chapter 8 Mobile Homes
Chapter 9 Retaliatory Eviction
Chapter 10 Damages
Chapter 11 Attorney Fees
Chapter 12 Miscellaneous Issues
Chapter 13 Discrimination in Rental Housing
Federal Housing Statutes
State Rules and Regulations
1985 Southern Standard Housing Code
Table of Cases