A landlord in Florida is required to provide a disclosure as to how a security deposit will be treated; identify the actual owner of the apartment; if apartment is more than 3 stories the landlord must disclose whether or not it has an automatic sprinkler system. I don't find anything within the Florida statutes that require a landlord to disclose that an apartment was previously occupied by a tenant that owned a pet.
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