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COVID-19 & Texas Law

This guide is updated to reflect information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Information in this guide is subject to change at any time.

Landlord/Tenant


Holds on Eviction

Some Evictions on Hold

Though the statewide moratorium on evictions has ended, local governments may still prohibit evictions. Check with your city or county government to see what the status is in your area.

The federal CARES Act suspended evictions through July 25th for tenants living at certain properties participating in federal programs or with federally backed loans. After July 25th, landlords at these covered properties may begin the eviction process, but they must give 30 days notice. After the 30 days have elapsed since notice was given, landlords may proceed with normal eviction procedures.

Is my property covered by the CARES Act?

After July 25th, tenants living at properties covered by the CARES Act are entitled to 30 days notice before normal eviction procedures are begun.

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