We’ve put together this breakdown of the key things landlords should know about Texas landlord-tenant laws.
Overview of Landlord-Tenant Laws in Texas
A starter guide to finding key Texas landlord-tenant laws.
Texas Security Deposit Limits and Deadlines
A breakdown of Texas landlord-tenant laws on security deposits.
Texas Landlord's Guide to Security Deposit Disputes in Justice Court
Even the most meticulous landlord may be sued by a tenant over the return of a security deposit.
Texas Notice Requirements to Terminate a Month-to-Month Tenancy
Find out how much advance notice you or the landlord must provide to terminate a rental agreement that runs month-to-month in Texas.
Eviction Notices for Lease Violations in Texas
How to evict a Texas tenant for violating a portion of the lease or rental agreement.
Top 9 Landlord Legal Responsibilities in Texas
Successful property managers in Texas know the importance of staying on top of landlord-tenant law. They choose tenants in a nondiscriminatory way, maintain their rental properties, and follow state rules on the limits, uses, and return of security deposits. Less successful landlords too often fail to
Texas Late Fees, Termination for Nonpayment of Rent, and Other Rent Rules
Find out Texas rent rules, including limits on late fees, notice requirements for rent increases, and notice required for terminating a tenancy for nonpayment of rent.
Eviction Notices for Nonpayment of Rent in Texas
When tenants don't pay rent in Texas, their landlord can give them a notice to vacate.
Handling a Tenant's Abandoned Property in Texas
Learn the rules landlords in Texas must follow to deal with property abandoned by a tenant.
Filing a Security Deposit Lawsuit in Texas Justice Court
Here’s an overview of the steps involved with filing a security deposit lawsuit in Texas.
Texas Rules Regarding Mold in Rental Properties
Here's what Texas landlords (and tenants) need to know about mold and the law.
The Eviction Process in Texas: Rules for Landlords and Property Managers
Learn what steps a landlord must take to terminate a tenancy and, if necessary, evict a tenant in Texas.
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