Dear [Landlord’s Name],
I am writing this letter in response to the eviction notice that I received on [Date]. I deny any wrongdoing and dispute the allegations made against me. I believe that the eviction notice was issued without proper cause, and I intend to exercise my legal rights as a tenant to contest this action.
As a tenant, I have been paying rent on time and taking care of the property in accordance with the lease agreement. I have not violated any terms of the lease, and I have not caused any damage to the property. Therefore, I am confused and concerned about the eviction notice that I received.
I request that you provide me with a detailed explanation of the alleged violation that prompted the eviction notice. I also request that you provide me with the opportunity to correct any issues or misunderstandings before proceeding with eviction proceedings.
Furthermore, I would like to remind you that Florida law requires landlords to provide tenants with a notice of noncompliance before initiating an eviction action. This notice must specify the nature of the noncompliance and provide tenants with a reasonable opportunity to correct the issue. To the best of my knowledge, I have not received any such notice from you.
In light of the above, I respectfully request that you withdraw the eviction notice and allow me to continue residing in the property in accordance with the lease agreement. If you have any concerns or issues, I am willing to work with you to resolve them in a fair and reasonable manner.
Thank you for your attention to this matter. I look forward to hearing from you soon.