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Broward County Landlord and Tenant Courts and Forms

Broward County Landlord and Tenant resources. Below are links to free landlord and tenant forms and court information related to residential property. The cost for filing a residential eviction in Broward County is $185.00. The clerk will accept cash, cashier's check, money order, attorney's check, business check, or credit card (Visa or MasterCard). In addition to the above fee, there is a per defendant service fee to serve the summons.

 


Broward Landlord and Tenant Courts - Eviction and Lease Forms:

Courthouse locations, and telephone numbers, where you can file a Broward County residential evictions are:

County Central (Main Courthouse)
201 S.E. 6th St.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33301
(954) 831-6565

 
North Regional Courthouse
1600 W. Hillsboro Boulevard, Room 160
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
954 831-1453

South Regional Courthouse
3550 Hollywood Boulevard, Room 160
Hollywood, FL 33021
954 831-0320

West Regional Courthouse
100 N. Pine Island Road, Room 180
Plantation, FL 33324
954 831-3371

 

Also See: 

  • Florida Statute on Security Deposits - Includes a copy of the notice that a Landlord must give to a tenant before it can keep the tenant's security deposit. If the landlord does not provide this notice to the tenant, then the landlord loses its right to impose a claim upon the deposit.
  • The Florida Bar's Pamplet on the Rights and Duties of Landlords and Tenants

Landlord and Tenant Forms:

Free Broward County Lease Forms:

Residential Lease for Apartment or Unit in Multi-Family Rental Housing (Other than a Duplex) Including a Mobile Home, Condominium, or Cooperative (For A Term Not To Exceed One Year)

Residential Lease for Single Family Home or Duplex

(For A Term Not To Exceed One Year)

Free Broward County Landlord Tenant Eviction Forms

Form 1: Notice From Landlord To Tenant - Termination For Failure To Pay Rent

Form 2: Notice From Landlord To Tenant Notice Of Noncompliance For Matters Other Than Failure To Pay Rent

Form 3: Notice From Tenant To Landlord - Termination For Failure Of Landlord To Maintain Premises As Required By Florida Statute
83.51(1) Or Material Provisions Of The Rental Agreement


Form 4: Notice From Tenant To Landlord - Withholding Rent For Failure Of Landlord To Maintain Premises As Required By Florida Statute 83.51(1) Or Material Provisions Of The Rental Agreement

Form 5: Complaint For Landlord To Evict Tenants

Form 5a: Complaint For Landlord To Evict Tenants For Failure To Pay Rent And To Recover Past Due Rent

Form 6: Complaint For Landlord To Evict Tenants For Failure To Comply With Rental Agreement (Other Than Failure To Pay Rent)

Form 7: Summons - Eviction Claim

Form 8: Summons - Damages Claim

Form 9: Final Judgment - Damages

Form 11: Writ Of Possession

Form 12: Notice Of Intention To Impose Claim On Security Deposit

Form 13: Satisfaction Of Judgment - County Court

Form 14: Satisfaction Of Judgment - Circuit Court

Form 66: Final Judgment - Eviction

Form 76: Motion For Clerk's Default - Residential Eviction

Form 77: Motion For Clerk's Default - Damages (Residential Eviction)

Form 78: Motion For Default Final Judgment (Residential Eviction)

Form 79: Motion For Default Final Judgment - Damages (Residential Eviction)

Form 80: Affidavit Of Damages

Form 81: Nonmilitary Affidavit

 

Source For Forms - The Florida Bar

 


 

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Repair Claims By a Tenant; Can You Sue The Landlord For Your Injuries?


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Florida Landlord May Be Legally Responsible Under Negligent Security Laws For An Injury To A Tenant Who Has Been The Victim Of A Crime



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