Defines terms for termination of tenancy by either party.
The Florida Landlord-Tenant Law was amended in 1981 to include housing provided to employees as an incidence of employment with or without the payment of rent. If the dwelling unit is furnished without rent as an incident of employment and there is no agreement as to the duration of tenancy, the duration is determined by the periods for which wages are payable (i.e., weekly, monthly, etc.).
A tenancy without a specific duration may be terminated by either party giving written notice as follows:
Yearly: At least sixty days prior to end of annual period
Quarterly: At least thirty days prior to end of quarterly period
Monthly: At least fifteen days prior to end of monthly period
Weekly: At least seven days prior to end of weekly period
Chapter 83, Florida Statutes