Florida Residential Lease for Single-Family Home or duplex is a necessary contract for the rental of a residential property in Florida. This document is suitable for renting an independent or independent and unconnected housing unit with a courtyard around it. Please do not use this contract form for renting an apartment in a building. This lease complies with the Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, Part II, Chapter 83, Florida Statutes. The agreement consists of 29 important sections that contain the terms of the lease agreement. […] Florida rental agreements are to be written between a landlord and a tenant for any type of commercial or residential property. The forms indicate that a lessor or owner of a property allows a tenant or tenant to use the premises for a certain period of time against payment. All contracts must be concluded according to the statutes of the State (Chapter 83 – Landlords and Tenants) and with the approval and acceptance of both parties, the document becomes legal. Surety (§83.49) – If a deposit has been taken, the lessor must provide the tenant, within thirty (30) days of signing the lease, with the following information on his means; Florida Lease Agreements are contracts that set out the rules and conditions for renting a residential or commercial property. The forms legally define the roles and responsibilities of the landlord and tenant. The document is necessary to make each party understand what it must do to maintain its obligations during the term of the lease. Each document should contain an area dedicated to the identification of the party, the rules/conditions of the lease, the rent that the tenant should pay and the end date of the contract.

Owner`s address (§ 83.50) – The owner (or an agent representing the owner) must make his name and address known in writing as part of the rental agreement. Association of Realtors Agreement – Standard Residential Agreement, approved by the Florida Association of Realtors. Standard Lease Agreement – Reflects the provisions and responsibilities associated with it, which are defined as part of a lease agreement for a rental unit. The official form documents the obligation to define the agreement. Lead-based Color (42 U.S. Code 4852d) – All residential property leases (built before 1978) must include information indicating the damage and potential effects of lead exposure, as well as all documents relating to the actual risks of lead paint contained in the property. . . .