Florida Fire Protection Disclosure

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In buildings 3 stories or higher, Landlords must notify Tenants of available fire protection. Customize your fire protection disclosure to comply with FL law.

Document Last Modified: 8/31/2023

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Florida Fire Protection

Florida law requires that Landlords of buildings three stories or higher disclose to Tenants the availability - or lack of availability - of fire protection.

To comply with this requirement, Florida Landlords should provide Tenants with a list of available fire safety protection AND advise Tenants that any items not included on the list are not available at the property.

Some common fire protections that Landlords utilize include:

  • Fire exits
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fire escape plan
  • Fire alarm - manual pull
  • Smoke detectors
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Smoke detection alarms
  • Smoke control
  • Automatic fire sprinkler system
  • Partial automatic sprinkler system
  • Engineered life safety system
  • Heat detectors
  • Evacuation systems

Our Fire Protection Disclosure makes it easy for Landlords to add custom text to provide Tenants with a complete fire safety plan.

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