We are an Independent Non-Attorneys Firm. We do not provide any legal advice. The above fees are for
Uncontested Evictions Only. If the tenant contest the eviction additional motions or attorney fees might be required.
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PI DETECTIVES AND EVICTION SERVICES OF SOUTH
FLORIDA Toll Free 888-545-6698
Dade 305-328-9426 Broward: 954-919-9610
|No matter how many loud parties a tenant throws or how much rent is owed, a landlord can’t use “self-help”
methods to evict a tenant, such as changing the lock or turning off the electricity and water. A landlord who does
that may be liable for damages in the amount of a few months rent or more.
A landlord who wants to evict a tenant must follow chapter 83 of Florida Statutes to the letter, dotting every i and
crossing every t. The process of eviction is very fast and complexed compared to other kinds of legal actions.
The trade off is that the landlord must do everything exactly right. If the landlord makes mistakes in giving or
preparing any of the eviction documents the case will be thrown out and the landlord will have to begin again
and also loose the money already spent.
A typical uncontested eviction in Miami-Dade or Broward County can take approximately 4 to 8 weeks or less in
THE FOLLOWING DIAGRAM BELOW SHOWS THE FEES REQUIRED TO COMPLETE
AN UNCONTESTED EVICTION IN MIAMI DADE OR BROWARD COUNTY.
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The above fees covers all preparation and filling fees of the following documents: Three day/
fifteen day or Seven day notice, 5-day Summons, Complaint for Possession, Motion for Clerk's
Default, Motion for Summary Judgment, Non-Military Service Affidavit, Final Judgment, Writ of
Possession, Clerk of Courts filling fees, Process Server fees, Sheriff fees Photocopies and
If the tenant needs to be removed by the Miami Dade Sheriff a $115.00 fee will be required.
If the tenant needs to be removed by the Broward Sheriff a $90.00 fee will be required.
If the case becomes a Contested Eviction, additional Fees might apply.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does an eviction typically take? The time required to evict a non-paying Tenant in an uncontested eviction
action can range from 4 to 8 weeks, depending on the particulars of the case and the Courts' busy schedule.
If the utilities are under my name can I turn them off if tenant has failed to pay me rent? As A landlord you cannot
turn off any utilities for non payment of rent. That is what is called a constructive eviction. If you want to evict a tenant for
non-payment, you can, but you must do it legally, through the court system
What is Constructive Eviction? Constructive Eviction occurs when residential rental property is an uninhabitable
condition. The uninhabitable condition makes the property unsuitable to live in. When residential real property is are such that
the tenant is unable to have full use and possession of the rental property and thus, in reality, has been "evicted."
If my tenant tries to pay me partial or full rent money do I have to accept it? If your tenant tries to pay the entire
amount of past rent money during the three day notice period you are bound to accept it and then discontinue the eviction
process. If your tenant tries to pay partial rent or if they try to pay after the three day notice period you have the choice of
accepting the payment.
Can A tenant fight an eviction? The tenant has the right to fight the eviction but he/she must first deposit the rent money
owed into the court registry and answer to the eviction complaint letter he/she was served with. Also the tenant can hire and
Evicting squatters from your rental property. Squatters are people who occupy a home that is usually vacant or doesn't
legally belong to them and without the owner's permission. In order to remove a squatter, the property owner has to file an
unlawful detainer action with the Florida courts. Homeowners are protected by Florida Statute Chapter 82, which says, "No
person who enters without consent in a peaceable, easy and open manner into any lands or tenements shall hold them
afterwards against the consent of the party entitled to possession." However, a homeowner will have to prove that the person
has not been paying bills on the property. He may also have to prove that the person has no other options for housing.
How do I start the eviction process. You can start the eviction process anytime 24/7 from the comfort of your home or
office. Simply fill out the landlord/tenant information sheet by CLICKING HERE . You may also speak to one of our
representatives right away or after hours by pressing the call me bottom below or calling in Miami Dade County
305-328-9426 or in Broward County 954-919-9610 toll free 888-545-6698
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|How to start the eviction process with us. Is very easy and it takes 5 minutes or
less from the comfort of your home or office. Simply fill out the landlord/tenant
information sheet by CLICKING HERE . You may also speak to one of our
representatives Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM till 9:00 PM. Saturdays and
Sundays from 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM. Call in Dade 305-328-9426 Broward 954-919-9610
Toll Free 888-545-6698
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8:30 AM TILL 8:00 PM. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM
9:00 AM TILL 4:00 PM
In the event that the Tenant pays or leaves within the three-day/fifteen day notice period, prior to the filing of the
case with the Court, then the entire amount of the Court Filling fees is refundable less any process server fees and
if the case is filed with the Court and the tenant moves out at any time during the eviction process the tenant will be
considered a completed eviction and no partial or full refund will be refundable