Eviction Protection for Rental Properties

In the realm of rental investments, safeguarding your property against the hardships of tenant eviction is paramount.

Florida's eviction laws necessitate adherence to due legal processes for landlords―a domain where Kanga Property Management excels.

By methodically vetting prospective tenants, including thorough rental and criminal background checks, Kanga significantly diminishes the likelihood of future evictions.

The value of a property manager in these situations is unquestionable. Should the South Florida eviction process be unavoidable, Kanga manages the entire procedure, ensuring compliance with state law and reducing the burden on you as a property owner.

This meticulous approach not only conserves your time but also eliminates the stress associated with eviction, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your investment.

With Kanga's guidance, landlords find peace of mind in a process that's handled with utmost professionalism.

Grounds for Removing a Tenant from a Rental Property

  • Nonpayment of Rent: Failing to meet rent obligations by the due date
  • Property Damage: Carelessness or negligence resulting in harm to the premises
  • Lease Violations: This can range from harboring pets against lease terms to accommodating unauthorized residents
  • Illegal Activity: Engaging in illegal acts on the premises
  • Expiration and Non-renewal: Remaining in a rental unit post-lease expiration without renewal
  • Disturbances: Conduct causing significant disruptions to neighboring tenants


Nick Rojo, client testimonials.

The Kanga Team always goes above and beyond protecting my properties. They understand residential real estate to its core and employ an owner mentality to their management style. I appreciate their prompt and transparent communication and monthly reporting, which keeps me informed on my investments. I trust Kanga will always do the right thing on my behalf.


Kanga Property Management stands out by rigorously vetting potential tenants, assessing their rental and criminal history to minimize eviction risks. 

Despite these precautions, should the need arise, they competently manage the South Florida eviction process, ensuring a smooth operation from start to finish.

Partners with Kanga can expect a stress and headache-free experience, preserving their time and maintaining the professional handling of the entire property manager eviction procedure.

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Legal Eviction Protocols at Kanga Property Management

At Kanga Property Management, the team steadfastly works to minimize the necessity of evicting tenants through a meticulous selection process.

They are known for their efforts in choosing the right occupants, thereby reducing eviction probabilities.

When evictions become unavoidable, Kanga handles every step of the South Florida eviction process with proficiency and professional care tailored to property owners

The Eviction Notice Process:

  • Initial Contact: Kanga's dedicated personnel reach out to tenants for overdue payments before taking any legal steps.
  • Formal Notice: If arrears persist, a legally binding notification alerts tenants of their situation and impending actions.

When Evictions Proceed:

  • Three-Day Notice: Florida's law mandates tenants to receive a notice, allowing three days to settle due rents or vacate the premises.
  • Legal Proceedings: Should debts remain unpaid, Kanga consults with the proprietor to commence court actions.

Court and Summons:

  • Court Filings: Evictions typically proceed in Small Claims Court, contingent on the amount overdue.
  • Summon Issuance: Following the lodging of a complaint, courts serve tenants with a summons, indicating litigation commencement.

During the Hearings:

  • Evidence Presentation: Judges require concrete evidence, including rental defaults, served notices, and property damages.
  • Tenant’s Defenses: If tenants contest, they must present counterarguments to the eviction rationale.

Post-Judgment Actions:

  • Writ of Possession: Upon a favorable judgment, a court order may empower law enforcement to enforce tenant removal.
  • Property Handling: Landlords need to securely store a tenant's belongings if left behind, ensuring adherence to legal stipulations.


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