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LegalZoom is cheaper than a lawyer, but you’ve heard good and bad stories about it. When should you run far away? When might it be okay to use it? That’s exactly what we’re covering in this week’s episode of Ask Kiff.
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10 Criminals Who Got Away Because They Had a Good Lawyer
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Why lousy customer service is how a LOT of Florida landlords work, and a Florida residential tenant DOES NOT have a legal right to good customer service under Florida’s Landlord-Tenant Act:
(1) Many residential tenants feel that because they are paying rent and abiding by their lease, the landlord SHOULD hold up its end of the bargain and fix problems, maintain the property, and generally be attentive to their rent-paying tenants. ALL OF THAT IS TRUE, BUT (AND THIS IS A BIG, BIG, BUT) . . .
(2) Good customer service just is not a strength of many residential landlords. That means that many tenant concerns or complaints go under-attended or altogether unaddressed, or are handled far too slowly.
(3) THE PROBLEM IS THAT BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE IS NOT ILLEGAL. This is especially important in a Landlord-Tenant context, because many Florida judges believe that the ONLY things that a tenant can legally use as leverage against a Landlord are (usually) things that are happening in the PRESENT, (not the past). WHY? Well, that has to do with a weird little part of the Landlord-Tenant Act . . .
(4) The Landlord-Tenant Act says that the payment of rent effectively “forgives” the landlord’s past wrongs. So a tenant is generally not allowed to terminate a lease or (arguably) to legally withhold rent over issues that occurred BEFORE the last time the tenant paid rent.
All of the above means that it is really important when challenging a landlord to comply with a lease, code issues, or the Landlord-Tenant Act, to make sure that you are NOT complaining about how terrible the landlord is over the last several months (i.e., the past), but that you ONLY focus on the problems you are having with the landlord NOW IN THE PRESENT.
To learn more about effectively withholding rent, terminating your lease, defending yourself against an eviction, claiming your security deposit, or protecting yourself from bad landlords, check out our videos on those subjects at https://www.floridatenant.com/videos, and look at our forms and tips-filled-templates at https://www.floridatenant.com/links.
This video and the information provided in it is a free informational service courtesy of https://www.floridatenant.com/ (a service of Churchill & Wells, PLLC).
Links to the forms discussed in our videos:
Florida Lease Termination Package – https://www.floridatenant.com/links
Florida Rent Withholding Package – https://www.floridatenant.com/links
Florida Security Deposit Dispute Package – https://www.floridatenant.com/links
Florida Eviction Defense Package – https://www.floridatenant.com/links
Settlement Agreement Between Landlord and Tenant Package – https://www.floridatenant.com/links
WARNING: Don’t rely solely on legal forms or instructional videos for legal advice, ESPECIALLY if you don’t fully understand how the law works on your issue. Florida Landlord-Tenant laws can get very complicated and every case is factually different, and you should always seek legal advice directly for your situation. You can schedule a consultation with our attorney at https://www.floridatenant.com/, or seek the advice of a local landlord-tenant attorney in your county. None of these instructions, forms, or videos available through FloridaTenant.com should be understood as legal advice for your particular situation, and these materials should be augmented by legal advice of an attorney.
Link to the Florida Landlord-Tenant Act: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0000-0099/0083/0083.html Video Rating: / 5
The basics of security deposits under Florida’s Landlord-Tenant Act (for residential property):
(1) The landlord has to hold the tenant’s security deposit “in trust” for the tenant, and cannot spend the security deposit money and cannot mix the security deposit money with the landlord’s own money (unless the landlord buys a special kind of insurance called a bond). Landlords just about never get a bond for security deposits, so essentially the law prohibits the landlord from mixing your security deposit money with the money of the landlord.
(2) The landlord must notify the tenant in writing of where the security deposit money is being held (i.e. what bank).
(3) The landlord has special duties to notify the tenant of when and how the landlord seeks to make a “claim” against the security deposit after the tenant leaves the rental property. Those duties can vary based on how much notice the tenant has provided that the tenant is leaving, whether the tenant leaves on time, whether the tenant was in a lease or was month-to-month, and whether and how the tenant notifies the landlord of the tenant’s forwarding address.
TO MAKE IT MOST LIKELY THAT A SECURITY DEPOSIT IS RETURNED OR CANNOT BE KEPT BY THE LANDLORD, A TENANT SHOULD TAKE SOME IMPORTANT STEPS BEFORE LEAVING THE PROPERTY:
– Give the landlord at least 70 days notice before leaving the property that the lease is not going to be renewed;
– Leave on time at the end of the lease (not 2 weeks early or 2 days late);
– Give the landlord 14 days notice by certified mail of where the tenant’s forwarding address will be;
– Make sure the place left behind is as clean and undamaged as possible. Little stuff goes a long, long way for this.
This video and the information provided in it is a free informational service courtesy of www.FloridaTenant.com (a service of Churchill & Wells, LLC).
Settlement Agreement Between Landlord and Tenant Package – https://www.floridatenant.com/links
WARNING: Don’t rely solely on legal forms or instructional videos for legal advice, ESPECIALLY if you don’t fully understand how the law works on your issue. Florida Landlord-Tenant laws can get very complicated and every case is factually different, and you should always seek legal advice directly for your situation. You can schedule a consultation with our attorney at www.FloridaTenant.com, or seek the advice of a local landlord-tenant attorney in your county. None of these instructions, forms, or videos available through FloridaTenant.com should be understood as legal advice for your particular situation, and these materials should be augmented by legal advice of an attorney.
Link to the Florida Landlord-Tenant Act: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0000-0099/0083/0083.html
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