Is it possible to refer to a Landlord/Tenant Law Web Site for glossary and examples of letters (as given ample notice,...)?

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  1. Paul S Vicary

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    Answered . You can also visit the website of your county's clerk of court, which may have sample forms for you to download and use.

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    Answered . There are also examples of language that should be used in notices, etc., in the Florida Statutes. Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes is where you will find the sections relating to landlord/tenant issues. You can access these for free on the internet.

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