FORMS

These forms allow a tenant in a Florida residential rental property to finalize a dispute with a landlord and “bring it in for a landing” by finalizing a written settlement agreement signed by both the landlord and the tenant, IF: (1) both the landlord and tenant agree to the terms of the agreement (usually that requires some negotiation and bargaining).

These forms allow a tenant in a Florida residential rental property to get into the best possible position to have a security deposit refunded (before the property is vacated) and then both legally demand and secure the return of the security deposit after the tenant has vacated, as long as the forms are used correctly and in good faith. 

These forms allow a tenant in a Florida residential rental property to legally withhold (stop paying) rent from a Florida landlord in order to force the landlord to adequately address an issue about which the tenant complains, IF: (1) the forms are used correctly and in good faith, and (2) the Landlord does not adequately address the matters complained of by the tenant within the allotted time designated in the forms.

These forms allow a tenant in a Florida residential rental property to legally terminate a lease with a Florida landlord, IF: (1) the forms are used correctly and in good faith, and (2) the Landlord does not adequately address the matters complained of by the tenant within the allotted time designated in the forms.

These forms allow a Florida tenant who is being sued for eviction to get into the best possible position to defend the lawsuit, to avoid losing the lawsuit by default, and to have a basic understanding of what defenses are relevant and material to eviction so that the defense is both credible and productive, as long as the forms are used correctly and in good faith.

Settlement Agreement Between Landlord and Tenant
Security Deposit Dispute Package
Rent Withholding Package
Lease Termination Package
Eviction Defense Package