Learn the steps your landlord has to take to legally evict you and what defenses might apply.
Repairs and Remediation
If you are current on rent, you can demand that your landlord repair defects in your home. You must first notify the landlord twice, in writing, or once, via certified mail, to enforce your right to repairs.
Service and Emotional Support Animals
Landlords must let you keep a service animal or emotional support animal if it is not a large burden for them to do so.
Understanding Your Lease
Many landlords use the Texas Apartment Association's lease form. This lease form has conditions that you may not expect. Learn what to watch out for so that you do not accidentally violate your lease, which can result in eviction.
Right to American Sign Language Interpreter in Court
If you are deaf, you have the right to an American Sign Language interpreter for your court hearing.
How eviction works and what to do if you are facing eviction.
Steps to appeal an eviction in Texas.
This article discusses your rights to repairs as a tenant.
This article tells you when a landlord can lock out a tenant and what to do if you are locked out.
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