Answered on Mar 15th, 2019 at 11:24 AM
If you were evicted with a writ of possession, the landlord has immunity for anything left behind when the Sheriff kicks you to the curb and you are not allowed back on the premises absent risking criminal tresspass. That you waitied until the Sheriff executed the writ, rather than taking advanatge of the time you had to get out and secure your things was foolish and now you see why. Fla. Stat. 83.62 addresses this directly.
All responses are NOT to be considered legal advice nor to be relied upon in any as such nor to establish any form of attorney/client relationship. Opinions expressed are solely informational and not a substitute for proper legal advice provided by a properly retained after thoroughly researching the issues presented.