4 essential steps to take in vacating a property

If you are getting ready to vacate a property because of the end of your lease or an eviction, the process can be overwhelming to say the least. Moving all of your belongings, finding a new home or storefront and ending your relationship with your fo...

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Forcible Entry and Detainer in Texas

As a landlord, you will from time to time, encounter a tenant who refuses to vacate a premises. While a landlord has a right to evict a tenant in such a situation, it is important to ensure that proper procedure as required by the Texas Property Cod...

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3 steps to follow as a landlord in Texas

Following landlord-tenant laws is crucial to being a responsible property manager. If you fulfill your legal responsibilities you will spend far less time dealing with disputes and lawsuits. Knowing the rights of your tenants and  understanding the ...

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Failure to return a security deposit

One of the benefits of renting is that expensive, large household purchases are uncommon. Instead of dropping a lump sum to the plumber or the appliance store, one of the largest checks you'll write is your security deposit. Even though you don't ha...

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Issues involving a commercial security deposit

For a tenant, when a lease ends, it always important to recover your security deposit. In many cases, it can be a substantial amount of money, especially if the lease involves a business's commercial property. A requirement for a security deposit, w...

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