The landlord has the right to inspect his condo unit every month. Does that right still exist after eviction proceeding has begun?
Normally, the unit is inspected monthly. Can the landlord inspect if the tenant is getting eviction notice?
It's not at all likely that the landlord can "inspect every month." The landlord can ONLY inspect with your CONSENT, which you cannot withhold unreasonably. Odds are the landlord just put that unenforceable provision in the lease, thinking no one would call him on it (or he's just clueless). The same rule applies if the tenant is "getting" an eviction notice. And if that is the case, the tenant should retain a good local tenants lawyer ASAP.
Hope this helps,
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The rights of the parties are governed by the signed lease if there is one and the Florida statutes. As for inspection during an eviction, it is likely permitted, as eviction would not change the parties' rights as written in the lease and the statutes.
For better guidance, pay some money for an attorney.
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