Florida Roommate Agreement


The Florida Roommate Agreement is a binding document entered into between those living within a single rented property, for the purpose of sharing rent and other costs. The agreement covers more day-to-day details than what would be written in the lease agreement signed between the tenants and the landlord originally. For example, topics such as who pays what portion of rent, when each roommate has to pay the rent by, rules on guests, quiet hours, and cleaning are all included in the form. It is important to note that while the document is binding to each roommate, it does not include the landlord, so there is no need to notify them after completing the form.

The form is not to be confused with a sublease agreement, which is a type of form used when a renter is looking to re-rent their property to another tenant.

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