24 hour notice to evict in Florida

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Old Aug 16th, 2009, 06:33 PM   #1
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Just a question, if I got posted for a 24 hourn to evict on Thursday at 930am would not the time be up 24 hours later on Friday at 930am? My mother talked to my landlord on Friday morning and was told that it did not start until Monday and I would have until Tuesday morning to leave. I am very confused. I live in Florida.
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Old Aug 16th, 2009, 08:44 PM   #2
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Is this for non-payment? If so, it is a 3 day notice to leave. Most states don't count the day it is served, weekends, or holidays. So a notice posted Thursday, would count Friday, Monday, and Tuesday as the 3 days. It would expire on Tuesday.
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Two questions

Have you already been to court?

Who posted the notice?
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Old Aug 17th, 2009, 07:06 AM   #4
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From what I can figure it was the sherriff's office or the court. It was not a 3 day notice it was a 24 hour notice so when it was posted at 930am on Thursday I figured it would be up 24 hours later at 930am on Friday. Like I said in previous post--I am very confused as to how my landlord came up with Tuesday.
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Ok so you have already been to court and been evicted. Yes you must leave by day on notice or Police will toss you and your belongins on to the street
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Old Aug 18th, 2009, 12:29 AM   #6
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Ahh, So the 3 day came and went, the LL already filed for and obtained an eviction against you, and you are now waiting for the set out. You better get out now before your stuff is put on the street. You should have left when you got the 1st notice from the LL. Now you have an eviction on your record.
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Was this the first notice you received? In Florida, the landlord must first post a "Three Day Notice" which lets you know they are going to start the eviction process. After the three days expired, someone would have come by to personally serve you with an Eviction Summons. If you weren't home, they would have posted it on the front door. You have five days to respond to the Eviction Summons. If you don't answer the court in those five days, they'll file a Default against you and shortly thereafter a Final Judgement for Eviction. Copies of each of those papers would come to you in the mail. After receiving a Final Judgement, it would only be a matter of days before the Sheriff arrives to remove you.

Now, if none of the above has happened, then there is no way you're going to be legally evicted in 24 hours.

If you want to read a detailed description of exactly how the eviction process works, go here: BOOT YOUR TENANT Evictions
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U will have to be out by Monday 9:30 I just called orange county
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U will have to be out by Monday 9:30 I just called orange county
Really? The last post prior to yours was from 2010!
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Hahahaha. Answer 2 years later!!!
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