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Florida law does not actually specify how much time a landlord must give to increase a tenants rent. I would propose that 30 days is a reasonable time, especially on a month to month lease.Unfortunately, the landlord does not have to prorate your rent (though you can certainly ask). If your agreement was for one month periods only, and if pursuant to F.S. 83.57, were given at least 15 days notice prior to the end of any monthly period, then as a tenant you must pay for a full month, regardless of when you move out.
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