If you never signed anything you are legally in a month-to-month tenancy and can leave with 30 days written notice. They must be used to dealing with this kind of thing all the time, I think they will be understanding.
by gafpromise - 3 hours ago
With no lease all you have to do is give 30 days notice. I wonder though, what are you going to do for housing when you return to school?
by Classy Granny - 3 hours ago
Contrary to what others have posted....Florida law requires you only give a 15 day notice to vacate. It does not matter that you don't have a signed lease. You, by law are considered a month to month tenant. Read up on FL law for more specifics. http://www.flsenate.gov/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=Ch0083/PART01.HTM
by reenzz - 3 hours ago
30 day notice, that's it!
by Cali T - 3 hours ago
You need to google the Florida tenants rights and read about it.
by Mr. Donnie - 3 hours ago
there is such a thing as a verbal contract. so as long you are 100% sure they dont expect you to stay then ofcourse move out, but i wouldnt risk it without knowing for sure. so let them know, and hopefully they wont hassle you. oh and by the way they cant kick you out when ever they want even if you didnt sign a lease, they still have to go through the same progress of kicking someone out who has a lease.
by William H - 3 hours ago
Your fine, just let your landlord know 30 days in advance. technically your on a month to month. You dont have to tell them but if you want housing again it would be good to give them notice so you can at least use them as a reference in the future.
by winterknight72 - 3 hours ago
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