Q: what can I do?
I've lived at my current address for almost 6 years. Recently, the park was sold and the I've had more than an inkling that the new park super was a Racist POS. today, I came outside where he was doing whatever, I said Good Morning, and he all but Bursts into a Rant against Blacks and Mexicans! Being Native myself, I couldn't stand for it and argued with him for almost ten minutes before I finally went in the house and slammed the door. Now I'm not sure what his reaction could be or if I can suddenly be evicted, but it's taken every comfort of home right outta this place
If you have a lease, then he is subject to your lease. If you are month to month, he can decide to not keep renting to you. If you do have a lease and it when it expires he can choose to not lease to you.
In short, you cannot suddenly be evicted. eviction is a legal process but your status as a tenant is totally subject to your written lease.
Legally, it will all depend on your lease. A landlord can't just evict someone for no reason. Florida law lists very specific reasons that a landlord can evict a tenant. If you haven't done any of the things listed in the law, the landlord can't evict you prior to the end of your lease. If you lease is over, you are likely on a month to month lease, and you can be evicted with a one month notice. Practically, and perhaps more importantly, if you aren't happy with the new park employee and foresee future problems, you may want to start looking for a new living situation.
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