Florida Residential Lease

Florida Residential Lease

Easily create a residential fixed-term lease or a month-to-month rental agreement that is tailored to Florida law. This easy-to-use legal form comes with detailed clause-by-clause instructions, so all you have to do is fill in the blanks. You’ll specify who can live on the property, the amount of rent and how it's to be paid, and the security deposit and how it will be used and returned. Your rental document explains your rights to enter the rental and the tenant's and landlord's upkeep responsibilities. Includes a link to an additional form, the Early Termination/Liquidated Damages Agreement, should you choose to use it.

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Florida landlord? Create a residential lease for your state

If you’re a Florida landlord, you need a lease or rental agreement that covers Florida-specific landlord-tenant laws.  Nolo’s Florida lease has been written to comply with state law.

In your legally binding lease or rental agreement, you’ll set out, in plain English, all the important terms of the tenancy, including who may occupy the unit, the rent, when rent is due and how it must be paid. It states the amount of the security deposit and explains how the law allows you to use it for damage, necessary cleaning, or unpaid rent. To set clear expectations, the lease explains your legal right to enter the unit, and the responsibilities of both tenant and landlord for keeping it safe and maintained.

You can also include other terms: for example, restrictions on guests, allowed uses of the property, and your policies on late rent and bounced checks. Finally, you can make legally required disclosures about environmental hazards or other issues.

To prepare your lease or rental agreement, just follow the step-by-step instructions, which clearly explain each clause and show you how to fill in required information.

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