Florida Landlord & Tenant Forms offers 28 useful forms for landlords and tenants.
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Florida Landlord & Tenant Forms offers the following forms:
- Lease Agreement
A contract between a lessor and lessee that allows the lessee rights to the use of a property owned or managed by the lessor for a period of time.
- Tenant Application
When making the choice of who to rent to, certain pertinent information about your potential tenant is essential to a landlord. Use our Tenant Application form to help you choose the right tenant for you.
- Inspection Report
Recording information about the condition of your property on move in or move out day is essential to every landlord. Use our Inspection Report form to create an organized and detailed report of the conditions of your property.
- Notice of Holding Security Deposit
It is essential that landlords inform their tenants how they are holding security deposits. Use our Notice of Holding Security Deposit to give your tenants clear notice.
- Pet Agreement Addendum
If you choose to allow your tenant to have pets in your rental property, it is important to set clear rules for your tenant with regard to their pets. Use our Pet Agreement Addendum to protect your rights and create clear boundaries for your tenant and their pets.
- Lead Based Paint Disclosure
A home built before 1978 may be at risk for lead based paint. If your home was built before 1978, use our Lead Based Paint Disclosure form to notify your tenant of the potential risks of lead based paint and protect your interests.
- Confirmation of Receipt of Lead Paint Pamphlet
A home built before 1978 may be at risk for having lead based paint. If your home was built before 1978, use our Confirmation of Receipt of Lead Paint Pamphlet form to create a written record that you delivered a copy of the Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home pamphlet to your tenant.
- Renovation Notice with Record of Tenant Notification Procedure
If you rent multi-family dwelling units, common area renovations are required from time to time. Before renovations begin, you should notify your tenants of these upcoming renovations. Use our Renovation Notice with Record of Tenant Notification Procedure form to create a clear notice about upcoming common area renovations.
- Agreement Regarding Abandoned Property
This form is essential to every landlord in preparation for retaking possession of your property. Use our Agreement regarding Abandoned Property to avoid the hassle of having to store your tenant’s property after they have vacated your property.
- Inspection Request
It is imperative for landlords to inspect their property during the lease period. Use our Inspection Request form to give a simple and clear notice to your tenant when you intend to inspect the property.
- Statement for Repairs
Sometimes, your tenant and/or tenant’s guests damage your property. Use our Statement for Repairs form to create an organized list, showing all repairs required to restore your property.
- Amendment to Lease
Sometimes you and your tenant would like to change the terms of your lease. Use our Amendment to Lease form to create a written record of the agreed upon changes to your lease.
- Notice of Change of Lease Terms
It may become necessary to change the terms of your month to month lease. Use our Notice of Change of Lease Terms form to give your month to month tenants clear notice of changes.
- Property Management Agreement
If you choose to employ a property manager, it is imperative to have a written, clear and concise agreement. Use our Property Management Agreement form to create the property manager relationship.
- Notice of Appointment of Agent
Once you have employed a property manager, it is imperative to notify your tenants. Use our Notice of Appointment of Agent form to give clear notice to your tenants of your agent’s identity.
- Notice of Termination of Agent
If you choose to stop using the services of your property manager, you must notify your tenants. Use our Notice of Termination of Agent form to give clear notice to your tenants.
- Bad Check Notice
If your tenant issues you a dishonored check, use our Bad Check Notice form to give your tenants clear notice.
- Notice of Non-Renewal
If you choose to not renew your tenant’s lease, it is imperative to inform your tenant well in advance of your lease expiring. Use our Notice of Non-Renewal form to advise your tenants of your intent not to renew.
- Notice to Vacating Tenant
When your tenant is vacating your property, use our Notice to Vacating Tenant to give clear notice to your tenants near the end of the lease period.
- Continuation of Tenancy
It is imperative to inquire well in advance of your lease expiring, whether your tenant intends to renew or vacate the property. Use our Continuation of 20. Tenancy form to give clear notice to your tenants.
- Lease Termination Agreement
If you choose to allow a tenant to break the lease, use our Lease Termination Agreement to create a written record that outlines the terms of your agreement.
- Notice of Intent to Impose Claim on Security Deposit
After the tenant vacates and damages your property, you may impose a claim on the security deposit. Use our Notice of Intent to Impose Claim on Security Deposit form to create a written and clear record of all damages and the cost of repairs.
- Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned property—Under $500
If your tenant vacates the property and left personal property worth less than $500, use our Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned property—Under $500 form to give notice to your tenant of where you are storing his or her personal property.
- Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned Property—Over $500
If your tenant vacates the property and left personal property worth over $500, use our Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned property—Over $500 form to give notice to your tenant of where you are storing his or her personal property.
- Three-Day Notice with instructions
If your tenant does not pay you rent, use our Three Day Notice form to demand rent and/or possession.
- Seven Day Notice of Termination
If your tenant fails to timely cure lease violations, use our Seven Day Notice of Termination form to terminate the lease.
- Seven Day Notice to Cure
If your tenant violates a lease provision, use our Seven Day Notice to Cure form to notify your tenant of lease violations.
- Fifteen-Day Notice with instructions
If your tenant does not pay you rent, use our Fifteen Day Notice form to demand rent and/or possession.