and apartment standard in the state of Florida the City of Jacksonville expected the home in May 31 2019 stated the home has 6 violations and was not in good living condition and the tenant wasn't safe to live in such condition, the tenant has all proof and picture as evidence she gave to the City of Jacksonville as proof. The tenant lease was not up until October 31st 2019 due to health reason she paid rent in November, December, and January 01/01/2020. $650.00 monthly. The tenant or the Rental company didn't write to extend the rental leasing, the tenant wrote a 30 day notice to vacate the property on 01/31/2020. No end date for the new year 2020. and the landlord verbally said she will have to pay $7,000 for breaking a leasing because on the company leasing agreement said contract will automatedly renew for the next year. It is not.
I am sorry but this is far too fact-intensive (and confusing!) for any sort of on-line analysis. I suggest that you consult a good local landlord/tenant lawyer. Hope this helps. gsg
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"The tenant" either needs to learn to stop referring to themselves in the third person as its VERY irritating and confusing and if this post is actually written by a third person then the poster needs to be aware that gathering up legal advice tidbits from lawyers to pass on to others as actual legal advice is illegal as the unlicensed practice of law. Other than that - there is no real question posed. This is simply an announcement that someone disagrees with the LL's claim the lease was renewed by the terms of the lease, which then presumably makes them a hold over tenant.
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