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Texas Property & Real Estate Law Attorneys

In general, Texas property and real estate law include:

  • Homestead protection from creditors;
  • Relationships between landlords and tenants; and
  • Other matters pertaining to one's home or residence.

Property and real estate laws also include zoning regulations, which determine which kinds of structures may be built in a given location. In Texas, for example, there is no limit on how much a landlord may require for a security deposit; however, the deposit must be returned to the tenant within 30 days after the termination of the lease.

Texas Homestead Laws

Visit this page today for a basic overview of homestead protection law in Texas, which allows elderly or disabled persons who are threatened with foreclosure or eviction to remain in their homes in certain cases.

Texas Leases & Rental Agreement Laws

How Texas law governs tenant-landlord relationships, formed contractually through rental or lease agreements.

This includes valuable information about:

  • Security deposit limits
  • Prohibited forms of discrimination

Texas Adverse Possession Laws

Visit this page today for an overview of the basics of adverse possession law in the state of Texas, which allows individuals who publicly inhabit and improve a home or other residence to obtain title to that property.

Texas Civil Statutes of Limitation

Information regarding statutes of limitations for civil lawsuits in Texas, including personal injury; false imprisonment; defamation; fraud; damage to personal property; professional malpractice; and trespassing.

If you would like to learn more about Texas property and real estate laws, call our office at (281) 377-1348!

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