(AP) -- Florida legislators are making it easier to evict tenants under a bill now heading to Gov. Rick Scott.
The Florida House voted 92-25 in favor of the bill on Thursday. The Florida Senate approved it last week.
The legislation was pushed by Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland, who is an investment property manager. Court records show Stargel has been forced to evict people who rent property she owns.
Under the bill a tenant could pay partial rent and still be evicted within days if they fail to turn over the rest of the money.
The measure (HB 77) would also allow a landlord to evict a tenant if a person if breaks rules twice in one year. Those rules can include parking in the wrong spot or having an unauthorized pet.