More facts are needed in order to properly advise you. Are you both tenants? Does he own the house? Do you pay rent? It's impossible to render any advice with the little information you've provided. I suggest that you consult with an attorney regarding the particular facts of your case.
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It depends what you mean as an eviction notice. Is is the summons and complaint, 3 day notice, 24 hour sheriff notice, etc... More information is needed to answer this question.
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I agree with my colleague - many more facts needed; do you pay rent, or have an agreement with your fiance to pay rent? Do you get mail at this address? Does your driver license or other ID list this address as your home? If you answered yes to any of these you PROBABLY do not have to leave today (unless, of course it's not safe). If your fiance calls the police (it happens0 just show them one of these documents. Florida law generally does not permit the use of "self-help" to dispossess persons from property.
But you must consult with a good local tenants attorney ASAP. if you have little or no income, and no substantial assets, you can get assistance from your local legal aid.
Hope this helps.
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