We speak: French | German | Hebrew | Italian | Portuguese | Russian | Spanish

EPGD Law Blog

Tag: tenant
EPGD Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law
Eric Gros-Dubois

When May a Landlord Withhold a Tenant’s Security Deposit?

A security deposit is a refundable fee a landlord takes from a tenant at the start of a lease term. Landlords may withhold security deposits for several reasons, such as protection against damage to the premises, to cover a loss due to non-payment of rent, or to cover unpaid utilities once the tenant has vacated the premises.

Read More »
Real Estate Law
Oscar Gomez

Residential Security Deposit Laws in Florida

Florida statute provides that a landlord is to refund the full amount of the security deposit, minus any findings of property damage or other incidentals, within 15 days after the tenants move out of the residence.

Read More »
Real Estate Law
Eric Gros-Dubois

What Can a Landlord do if a Tenant Leaves Behind Property?

One of the most tension fraught relationships is that of a landlord-tenant. Landlords are subject to a variety of laws including regulation of rent, termination, and eviction. One such law is the Disposition of Personal Property Landlord and Tenant Act, which prescribes rules by which landlords are allowed to dispose of tenant property which remains on the premises after a tenancy is terminated.

Read More »