Updated on July 17th, 2021
The Florida 15-day notice to quit is used by landlords to terminate a month-to-month tenancy without cause. Once delivered, this notice allows the tenant fifteen (15) days to vacate the premises. The landlord does not need a reason to end a month-to-month tenancy as long as this notice form is served upon the tenant. If the tenant refuses to leave the property, the landlord has a legal right to file an eviction suit against them.
Laws – § 83.57(3)
Lease Termination Notice Periods (§ 83.57):
- Year-to-Year Leases – Sixty (60) Days’ Notice
- Quarter-to-Quarter Leases – Thirty (30) Days’ Notice
- Month-to-Month Leases – Fifteen (15) Days’ Notice
- Week-to-Week Leases – Seven (7) Days’ Notice