We were told that because we are a LLC we needed to file a Ejection to remove a non-tenant/non-owner from our premises.
We originally filed an eviction with all the proof of ownership documentation and a motion to default because the Non-tenant filed a response as a Non-Tenant so Judge advised we needed to file an ejection document.
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A suit for ejectment if provided under Florida law when occupancy that is not a tenancy and was once allowed is not longer allowed. Since your business is an LLC you cannot file any lawsuit nor can the LLC be represented by anyone other than an attorney. Florida law requires all non individuals to be represented by counsel.
Scott R. Jay, Esq.