What Are Some Potential Resolution Measures In Eviction Cases?
Our primary clients are landlords who have to initiate or at least consider initiating the eviction process due to a tenant failing to pay rent, damaging property, or otherwise breaching the terms of the lease…Read More
What Information Is Important To Know In Eviction Cases?
In Texas, landlords have the absolute right to refuse to accept late rent or to come to a reasonable agreement, and the tenant must pay the costs that have been incurred. It’s important to know how the process works and how long it will take. While we can’t tell clients precisely how long their case will take, we can say that in general, a case will take 30 days from the date the notice was delivered…Read More
How Does The Appeals Process Work In An Eviction Case?
Much of the general public—including tenants and landlords—don’t understand that the eviction process comes from the U.S. Constitution which states that a person cannot be deprived of their rights and property without a fair hearing or due process. For this reason, a tenant does not need to have cause in order to file an appeal. In other words, a tenant can show up to court and admit that they have not paid rent and that the notice to vacate is valid, but they can appeal anyway. Everyone has the right to appeal. The appeal is supposed to be done by a bond, which is supposed to take into account how much rent may be involved during the appeal, but this is rarely the case. Most often, appeals are done via an affidavit and an inability to pay that bond. If the eviction is for non-payment of rent, then the tenant will still have to pay one month’s rent to the court and rent as it becomes due. If a tenant fails to do this, then we can ask the court to give us possession of the property…Read More
No matter what side of the situation you are on, property/tenant issues can be emotional and exhausting. As a skilled property/tenant law attorney, Richard has handled many cases, helping tenants who are being treated unfairly, but also helping landlords evict negligent tenants who have decided to cease payment of rent or who are a nuisance to the neighborhood and/or destroying the property. As an experienced eviction attorney in Pflugerville, TX, Richard has seen it all, every possible landlord/tenant issue and he has successfully brought countless cases to comfortable completions, restoring order and maintaining legal mandates. If you are a landlord/property owner who is having trouble with a difficult tenant, give Richard a call. Or if you are a tenant who is being harassed, mistreated, or abused by your landlord, give Richard a call. The laws are clear, and Richard will fight for you when your rights are being taken advantage of.
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