This is attorney Bill answering your landlord-tenant question today. You mentioned that 4 people are on the lease so if these aren't separate dwellling units, the other two tenants will be liable .
Otherwise, you can take posession of the property and let out the section that should be vacated owing to the two previous tenants.
The law that allows you to take possession is where all tenants have died.
Florida Statute 83.59(d
When the last remaining tenant of a dwelling unit is deceased, personal property remains on the premises, rent is unpaid, at least 60 days have elapsed following the date of death, and the landlord has not been notified in writing of the existence of a probate estate or of the name and address of a personal representative.
Hence, if we are talking about just one unit, the two other tenants become liable to pay you the rent or otherwise you can evict them for failing to pay due rent.
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