RENTAL FUNDAMENTALS: What Must a Landlord Maintain?

RENTAL FUNDAMENTALS: What Must a Landlord Maintain?

Takeaway Tuesday

As a Landlord, you are required to maintain specific facilities for your Tenants. However, unless otherwise addressed in the Lease, a Landlord may not be required to maintain a great number of provisions. This week’s Tuesday Takeaway will focus on what obligations Florida Statute REQUIRES for Landlord maintenance.

A Landlord shall at ALL TIMES during the Tenancy:

The landlord is NOT required to maintain a mobile home or other structure owned by the tenant. The landlord’s obligations under this subsection may be altered or modified in writing with respect to a single-family home or duplex.

The information presented in this “Tuesday Takeaway” is intended for informational purposes only. This information should not be used as legal advice applicable to a specific situation. In addition, our provision of this information to an individual in no way constitutes an attorney-client relationship.

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