Texas Property Code Title 8 Landlord Tenant
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This document contains the complete Landlord Tenant Code of Texas.
Document Last Modified: 5/9/2023
Who: Property managers and landlords.
What: This is the Texas Residential Landlord and Tenant Code.
When: As part of your ongoing management duties, informational documents provide a landlord with useful knowledge and reading such material periodically is useful.
Please Note: This document is reproduced here for educational purposes only
Texas State Specific Documents
- Texas Notice to Vacate for Unpaid Rent: This form should be used if Tenants are behind on Lease Payments beyond any applicable grace periods.
Pro Tip: This form must be used before a Landlord can file a forcible entry and detainer suit.
- Texas 3-Day Notice to Vacate: This is the form Landlords should use for Lease violations not related to unpaid rent.
Pro Tip: This form must be used before a Landlord can initiate eviction proceedings.
- Texas Flood Disclosure: This form allows Landlords to notify Tenants of potential flood risks in the Lease Agreement.
- Texas Tenant Screening Criteria Disclosure: This document contains information regarding the Texas tenant selection criteria.
- Texas Property Code Title 8 Landlord Tenant: This document contains the complete Landlord Tenant Code of Texas.
- PUCT Registration form for Submetered or Allocated (FORM 10363): Texas Landlords who submeter or allocate utility bills must file a Registration of Submetered or Allocated Utility Service Form for each unit where Tenants are billed.
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