In Florida the legal grounds for eviction generally are going to be one of three different scenarios. The first is that the landlord is faced with a tenant that stops paying the rent. That would be a eviction for nonpayment. The second scenario generally is, say, the landlord does not have a lease, a written lease agreement with the tenant, they may want to terminate that. It would be a termination on the lease agreement. The other scenario which doesn’t happen as often, however, it is a ground for eviction, is when the tenant perhaps has violated provision of the lease agreement and has not cured that, so the tenant would be evicting on a noncompliance eviction.