In both commercial and residential leaseholds, the relationship between a landlord and the tenant is governed by both terms of the lease agreement and statutory rules and regulations. Florida, like most states, has a body of statutes and case law dealing exclusively with the landlord-tenant relationship. Chapter 83 of Florida Statutes provides the legal regulations and requirements. The guidelines and available rights and remedies vary drastically depending on whether the demised property is residential or commercial. Oftentimes, Florida laws impose stricter requirements on a residential landlord.

It is crucial that property owners and lessors obtain effective counsel from attorneys skilled and experienced in navigating the intricacies of this field; both prior to entering into a landlord-tenant relationship and in the event of litigation. This firm understands that most lease disputes and eviction cases are extremely time-sensitive and places a special emphasis on quickly obtaining results for its clients regarding these matters.