Florida 7 Day Notice to Comply or Quit | 1st Lease Violation

The Florida seven (7) day notice to comply or quit is a notice given to a tenant for any lease violation other than the payment of rent. Examples include, playing loud music, not maintaining the lawn, too many guests, etc. The landlord will submit the notice with the tenant forced to either remedy the issue within the time-frame or move-out of the property. If the tenant does neither the landlord has the option to cancel the lease agreement.

Multiple Infractions – If the tenant violates the lease in the same manner more than once in a twelve (12) month span the landlord has the option to terminate the lease by issuing the incurable seven (7) day notice to quit.

LawsSection 83.56(2)(a)