Reviewed by Rocket Lawyer On Call Attorney Robert Perez, Esq
As a landlord, sometimes you have no choice but to evict a tenant. Giving your tenant an Eviction Notice (more formally known as Notice to Vacate in Texas) is the first step in attempting to remove a tenant from a rental property. Texas law requires a landlord to give a tenant proper notice before the eviction process can begin. Use a Texas Eviction Notice if you want to begin the process of removing your tenant.
The eviction process starts with an Eviction Notice (sometimes called a "Notice to Quit"). Just answer a few questions about your property, your tenant, and the reason you're pursuing eviction, and you'll receive a customized Eviction Notice in minutes.
Please note: You may never forcibly evict a tenant without going through the formal tenant eviction process.
More than just a template, our step-by-step interview process makes it easy to create a Texas Eviction Notice.
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Our step-by-step interview process makes creating a printable Texas Eviction Notice easy.