Given a list of terms in a Florida residential lease:

  • No pets
  • No smoking
  • Limits of 2 cars
  • no subleasing
  • No guests exceeding 3 days w/o permission

Some of the rules are HOA requirements, others are landlord. Is there any legal or practical reason not to have verbiage that provides the landlord that these are cause for immediate termination of the lease / contract (eviction)?

If it is not possible, how does one ensure that the terms of the lease have any meaningful agreement between two parties? The goal is to maximize the probability that the rational renter has strong incentive to follow and not break the lease terms (rules).

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