In most cases, tenants that have signed a lease have the intention of staying for the full duration indicated on the lease agreement. However, some circumstances can’t be avoided. For example, something that comes up during the lease period that causes the tenant to leave before the lease is up.
This can be a complicated scenario for both renter and the landlord. In this article, we are a going to cover the relevant Florida landlord-tenant laws plus a few tips when it comes to breaking a lease in Florida.