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Did you Know? In the State of Florida

Landlords must include radon disclosures in the rental agreement - radon testing information can be obtained from your county health department (Fla. Stat., Title XXIX, § 404.056).
No landlord can prevent a tenant from using a flotation bedding system provided the flotation bedding follows building codes (Fla. Stat., Title VI, § 83.535).
If a landlord does not impose a claim on a security deposit, they have 15 days after the unit is vacated to return the deposit (Fla. Stat., Title VI, § 83.49).
For repairs, landlords need to give notice 12 hours in advance of entering the rental property, and the repairs should be done between 7:30 am and 8 pm (Fla. Stat., Title VI, § 83.53).
If a tenant has not paid the rent, landlords must give tenants three full days to pay the rent or move out before landlords can file for eviction (Fla. Stat., Title VI, § 83.20).
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