The Landlord's Legal Guide in Texas
This book is essential for every Texas landlord. To be a successful (profitable) landlord, you must be prepared to deal with common problems that may arise during and after each tenancy. The Landlord's Legal Guide in Texas discusses how to avoid issues that may strain this relationship, including security deposits, general maintenance, and collecting unpaid rent. Written by an accomplished attorney, this legal guide will ease the stress and reduce the time needed to perform these duties by explaining the landlord's rights in easy-to-understand language.
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Laws that Apply to All Landlords
Selecting a Tenant
Types of Tenancies
Hiring an Attorney
Texas Landlord and Tenant Statutes
Collecting Unpaid Rent
Commercial Landlords Liens
actual damages affidavit attorney attorney's fees bad faith certified mail Chapter civil penalty comply court costs date the tenant Defendant door foreclosure give the tenant gives the landlord installed judgment judicial remedies justice court keyless bolting device landlord and tenant Landlord’s Notice lease agreement lease term leased premises lien lienholder lock manufactured home community month month's rent Notice to Tenant notified owner party person Phone number Plaintiff reasonable attorney's fees rebuttable presumption recover refund rekey remedy the condition remove rental payments repair or remedy repair or replacement replacement tenant rules Section security deposit security device service of process signed Small Claims Court smoke detector subchapter sworn complaint tenant gives tenant's dwelling tenant's notice tenant's rent tenant's request tenant’s property terminate the lease unpaid rent utility violation writ of possession writ of reentry written lease written notice