Serving Eviction Notices in Tampa Florida

Tampa Florida, located in Hillsborough County, follows Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes for rules to serve eviction notice. If evictions are not served properly, you will not be able to evict the tenant. You are required to hire the sheriff or a process server to serve eviction notice. Because the sheriff is often busy, it is best to hire an independent process server to serve the tenant when filing an eviction in Florida. ADI Florida Process provides quick response for Tampa Florida eviction service, and ensures that your eviction notice is properly served.

A notice to quit must be placed on the door of the tenant’s residence in Tampa Florida prior to serving the tenant with the eviction complaint. A copy of the notice to quit and, if it exists, the lease, must be provided with the complaint to evict. If the eviction notice is not properly served, you end up wasting time and money, as you may have to repeat the process. The tenant ends up staying in your rental while destroying your property and/or not paying rent, while you could have had him properly served and evicted and could have had another tenant in place. Call ADI Florida Process now for fast and inexpensive eviction service, and to ensure that you have proper service on the delinquent tenant. Call Now 813-263-5787

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