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7 DAY NOTICE TO CURE LEASE VIOLATIONS REQUIREMENTS

Tenants:
Name all persons named on the lease and any others who you know to be residing in the subject premises. Do not name minors.

Conditions:
Tenant has violated a term of the lease or of the law. See Section 83.52, Tenants obligation to Maintain Dwelling Unit: (1) comply with obligations imposed by applicable provisions of the building, housing, or health code, (2) keep the premises clean and sanitary (3) remove all garbage in a clean and sanitary manner, 94) keep plumbing fixtures in the dwelling unit clean and sanitary and in repair, (5) use and operate in a reasonable manner all electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating, ventilating, airconditioning, and other appliances and facilities including elevators. (6) Not destroy, deface, damage, impair, or remove any part of the premises or property therein belonging to the landlord, nor permit any person to do so, (7) Conduct himself and require other persons on the permises with his consent to conduct themselves in a manner that does not unressonable disturb his neighbors or constitute a breach of the peace.

Definition of Curable:
unauthorized guests, pets, or vehicles; improper parking; failure to keep premises clean.

The Form:
The statute requires you to use the attached form. Do not alter it. You must speficy the non-compliance.

Delivery:
Hand deliver, post, or certified mail.

Donts:
Do not accept rent while the tenant is in noncompliance or you will invalidate the notice to cure. Do not issue a 3-day notice while a Notice to Cure is outstanding. Do not issue any other written notices while a notice to cure is outstanding.

 

Law Offices of:
Alexander Patrick Johnson,
420 SE 13th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Telephone (954) 779-7050