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Chapter 18 of this textbook specifically discusses the landlord and tenant relationship.
This guide was created in order to provide information about Texas landlord/tenant law. Links to the Property Code plus plain English information about the law are provided. The Practice Aids tab provides a list of library resources that may be useful to practitioners looking for additional information on landlord/tenant law.
Below you will find references to areas of the Texas Property Code that govern rental properties and issues related to landlord/tenant law. If you find these statutes difficult to understand, you may want to look at the “plain English” resources on this page or speak to an attorney.
Because Texas and federal law may not be easy to understand, below you'll find a collection of resources that help to explain the law in “plain English.”
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