Notice of Eviction? You could have a defense...

November 6, 2015


The State of Texas is landlord friendly to be sure, but landlords still need to abide by certain procedures before they can evict tenants. Further, sometimes landlords try to evict tenants before their right of possession has ended and without rightful cause. It's important that you know your rights so you're not left scrambling for shelter. An attorney can help represent you at an eviction hearing, can facilitate an agreement between you and your landlord, or he can simply assess the merits of the eviction if you're unsure.

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