Here at Baker Street Investigations we understand that commercial evictions in Florida are highly complex and technical and require strict compliance with the procedures set forth in the FloridaCommercial Real Estate Evictions Process Service Statutes as further developed by applicable case law. Although some commercial landlords attempt to process Florida commercial evictions themselves, we know that it is advisable to engage the services of a highly experienced and competent commercial real estate attorney who can carefully guide a commercial landlord through each step of a commercial eviction to ensure that the proper procedures are followed and that a commercial eviction filing results in a favorable outcome for the landlord.

Baker Street Investigations has extensive experience in successfully assisting Florida attorneys in the Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie and Stuart Florida areas  in the service of process to accomplish their client's objectives of collecting past due rent and/or removing nonpaying tenants from possession so that high quality paying tenants occupy the limited spaces in the shopping centers, office buildings, warehouses and other structures owned and operated by Florida commercial real estate landlords. 

We carefully follow statutory requirements in the service of all eviction notices, judgments and orders including but not limited to the 3-Day Notice for Non-Payment of Rent, all subpoenas, judgments and writs of possession.

Thank you for choosing Baker Street Investigations for your commercial evictions process server in the Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie and Stuart Florida areas.