REMOVAL ACTIONS

We handle commercial evictions, ejectments, residential evictions and/or unlawful detainers.

Commercial Evictions as per Title VI of Chapter 83 – Part I of the Florida Statutes.

The relationship between a commercial landlord and a commercial tenant is governed primarily by the terms of their written lease.  What primarily distinguishes a commercial eviction from a residential eviction is that in the former, the landlord is evicting a tenant who is operating some form of business from the subject premises.  CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION.

Ejectments as per Title VI of Chapter 66 of the Florida Statutes.

In an ejectment, the owner of the property files a lawsuit in order to remove a party who is occupying real property.  Unlike evictions, be they commercial or residential, there is no landlord-tenant relationship.  CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION.

Residential Evictions as per per Title VI of Chapter 83 – Part II of the Florida Statutes.

The relationship between a landlord and a residential tenant is governed primarily by the terms of agreement (be it in writing or not).  What primarily distinguishes a residential eviction from a commercial one is that in the former, the landlord is evicting a tenant from subject premises that are being used as a private residence.  CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION.

Forcible Entry and Unlawful Detainers as per Title VI of Chapter 66 of the Florida Statutes.

In an unlawful detainer action, the owner of the property files a lawsuit in order to remove a party who is occupying real property.  There is never a landlord-tenant relationship and typically, the individual being removed obtained possession of the subject premises with the owner’s consent.  CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION.