3 Day Notice To Pay Rent – Florida

A landlord must deliver a 3-day notice before filing an eviction lawsuit for nonpayment of rent. This notice gives the tenants three days to pay the rent or leave.  More info:  Florida Eviction Process

Our lawyers recommend delivering the notice in person. If you don’t have the time or desire to deliver it yourself, we can do it for you.  

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Address notice to ALL adult occupants including those who may have moved out.
  • Insert address of leased property
  • Insert amount owed by tenant. Do not include late fees or any other additional fees.
  • Enter the name of the county where the property is located.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
    Count three days from the delivery of the notice. Don't include Saturday, Sunday and Legal Holidays. Don't include the day of delivery of the notice. If you are mailing the notice do not include the days the notice is in transit. Please read our Eviction Notice instructions. If you are mailing the notice or if the tenant needs to pay by mailing a check to PO Box or out-of-state address, please add five additional days to the three day notice.
  • YOUR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS NOTICE MAY RESULT IN EVICTION PROCEEDINGS BEING INSTITUTED AGAINST YOU PURSUANT TO SECTION 83 FLORIDA STATUTES.

  • Certificate of Service

  • Optional - Leave empty if you are not interested in delivery.

  • No time to deliver the notice? We can do it for you. Pick one of the options below.

    If you order delivery of the notice, please leave the Certificate of Service empty. We will fill out that part after we deliver the notice.
    We will deliver the notice and serve it by hand delivery to an adult resident of the rental property or by posting it on the door. You will receive a photo of the posting and a copy of the Certificate of Service filled out.
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