Florida Statutes Title VI. Civil Practice and Procedure § 83.50. Disclosure of landlord's address

In addition to any other disclosure required by law, the landlord, or a person authorized to enter into a rental agreement on the landlord's behalf, shall disclose in writing to the tenant, at or before the commencement of the tenancy, the name and address of the landlord or a person authorized to receive notices and demands in the landlord's behalf.  The person so authorized to receive notices and demands retains authority until the tenant is notified otherwise.  All notices of such names and addresses or changes thereto shall be delivered to the tenant's residence or, if specified in writing by the tenant, to any other address.


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