The COVID-19 Pandemic has been difficult for all tenants, and certainly for Landlords as well. Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order Number 20-94 suspending residential evictions and that order has subsequently been extended until June 2, 2020.
What types of situations can landlords evict for if they can’t file evictions for non-payment?
Should landlords serve 3-day notices during this time frame?
Can landlords charge late fees and other types of fees?
How are county court and Sheriff Moratoriums affecting the eviction process?
These questions along with a variety of others will be answered in our COVID-19 Landlord Eviction Panel.
Listen and participate from the convenience of your own computer as attorney Jerron Kelley of Kelley & Grant, P.A., discusses the implications of Coronavirus and the fast changing environment of Florida landlord/tenant law. Joining Jerron to provide a property manager’s perspective will be Eddie Miller, partner of Pristine Property Management and past-president of NARPM (National Association of Residential Property Managers) SE Florida. Also, we will have a special guest appearance by Marshall Skylar. Marshall currently serves as the co-founder and CEO of Florida’s Best Realty Services as well as managing partner at Bidologist.com, LLC where he focuses on opportunistic investments opportunities in distressed real estate assets for rentals and rehabs.
Jerron, Eddie, and Marshall will take questions online from participants and share their answers live with the audience. We look forward to seeing you online!