A Texas lease is created in order to protect the rights of the tenant and landlord of a property leased in the state of Texas, United States. The lease must contain terms and conditions related to the rent, security deposit, term of the lease, maintenance rules, eviction terms and housing rules to be followed by the tenant. A landlord in Texas can charge the tenant any amount of rent and increase it as many times as he wants when a new lease is signed. If the tenant fails to pay the rent on time, he will be charged a late fee which can also be any amount as decided by the landlord as long as it does not exceed half a month’s rent.
The landlord must ensure that the tenant is living in a noise-free environment and should take care of repair or maintenance work. The tenant cannot be evicted without any proper cause and must be given a proper notice.
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