The document titled “Abandoned Unit” provides a detailed procedure for handling an abandoned RV unit within a park, outlining the legal steps required to either remove or claim ownership of the unit under Florida law. The process begins with sending a Chapter 83 demand notice to the owners and tenants, followed by filing an eviction action to obtain a writ of possession. If the RV is valued over $500 and the park intends to acquire it, additional steps include mailing an abandoned property notice and potentially holding a public sale. The document serves as a guide for park operators on how to legally manage abandoned property, ensuring compliance with state regulations and avoiding potential legal issues. It includes contact information for further assistance from the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds and their legal representatives.

Keywords: Abandoned RV unit, Florida law, writ of possession, eviction action, public sale, legal process, park management, property claim.

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